Emergency First Response
This course is for everybody being prepared and able to save life whether it be one of your family member, friend or total stranger can be quite rewarding. Every body should learn the basic skills of saving life for which you don’t need to be a doctor. Time is of great essence in saving a life and often a layperson trained in Primary and Secondary care can be of more use than a qualified doctor or Emergency medical personnel.
Emergency First Response is the fastest-growing international CPR, AED and first aid training organization. With more than 31,000 instructors worldwide, Emergency First Response is backed by 36 years of experience in the development and delivery of instructional courses, training materials and educational curricula. Emergency First Response courses have gained widespread international acceptance.
Focused on training the lay rescuer, the Emergency First Response (EFR) approach to training builds confidence in lay rescuers and increases their willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency by teaching them the skills they need in a non-stressful learning environment. Participants are also given as much practice as necessary to master
and retain these skills.
What do I learn in EFR Primary and Secondary Care?
- How critical time is in emergency care
- Why you should help someone in emergency
- Why people hesitate in providing emergency care
- What are the legal implications in helping people in an emergency situation
- What is the chain of survival and how Emergency First Responder is involved
- Procedure of activating Emergency Medical service
- Cardio pulmonary resuscitation procedures
- How often you should refresh your skills
- Dangers Emergency First Responders face and how to avoid them
- Recognition of life threatening emergencies – Heart Attack, cardiac arrest, Stroke, airway obstruction
- Automated External Defibrillator and its use
- Bleeding management, Shock Management,
- Spinal chord injury recognition and preventing permanent damage
- Difference between injury and illness, signs and symptoms
- First Aid for common injuries – fracture, cuts and bruises, venomous bites
- Splints, bandages etc.
- Study Material
- Airfare, hotel-stay, or any other travel arrangement to/from Goa
- Hotel/airport transfers
- Any item not specifically mentioned in the inclusions section