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First Responder: Your First Response in Emergency Care , Fourth Edition

First Responder: Your First Response in Emergency Care , Fourth Edition
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)

536 Pages
© 2007

The only First Responder training program endorsed by a national organization, First Responder, Fourth Edition continues with an assessment-based approach to First Responder training.

The Fourth Edition fully integrates the 2005 CPR and ECC guidelines and includes new chapters on:

  • Communications and Documentation
  • Geriatric Emergencies
  • Terrorism Awareness

Designed to meet the needs of law enforcement personnel, fire fighters, rescue squad personnel, athletic trainers, college students, and laypersons, the new features found in the Fourth Edition will help students take the next step toward becoming outstanding First Responders.  These features include:

  • Endorsement by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • You are the Provider, attention-grabbing case studies found in every chapter 
  • Special Population Tips, discussing the specific needs and emergency care of special populations, including pediatric, geriatric, and special needs patients
  • Enhanced skill drills
  • First Responder Practical Skills Review DVD, packaged free with the Fourth Edition

The Breakdown:
To best protect your employees.
100% of your staff must know the plan.
70% Must be CPR Trained in adult and pediatric CPR.
50% Should be First Aid trained to the ECSI Standard level.

60% of your shop workers must be First Aid trained to provide the best service possible.

Do all your employees know how to use the tools in your office First Aid kit?
Is the kit complete?

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As a responsible manager or company
executive it is your duty to ensure your employees are prepared.

Are 90% of your staff prepared to come to the aid of their coworkers or one of their family members in a medical crisis?

Calling 911 is not enough! You must be prepared.