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First Aid

Anyone practicing first aid must determine the priorities of treatment.

First, check if the casualty is in any danger, or if helping them will put you into a dangerous position.

Avoid moving a casualty with unknown injuries, unless there is a greater danger in leaving them where he or she is. If necessary, make the area safe, but put your own safety first.

Do not move anyone with a suspected neck or spinal injury, unless difficulties in breathing make this necessary.

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