• iPhone health
    Covid 19,  FEATURED,  Health

    Apple Puts Health at The Heart Of The iPhone

    Coronavirus crisis requires, the next OS of the iPhone and iPad will offer new health-related functions, which range from unlocking with a health mask to automatically sending his medical file in the event of an emergency call. What is it and how? It is a real race against the clock which the developers of iOS are confronted with since they must integrate into the iPhone, the iPad, and even the Apple Watch the functions related to the epidemic of coronavirus. The latest public beta confirms this with the integration of the API ” Exposure Notification ” which will be used by most government applications, but also the function to facilitate…

  • First Aid Training - CPR
    First Aid

    HOW TO USE AN AED

    How to use an AED, When the heart stops, a cardiac arrest has occurred. The most common cause is an abnormal rhythm of the heart, known as ventricular fibrillation. This abnormal rhythm can occur when the heart muscle is damaged because of a heart attack or when insufficient oxygen reaches the heart. A machine called an automated external defibrillator [AED] can be used to correct the heart rhythm by one or more electric “shocks··. AEDs are available in many public places, including shopping centers, railway stations, and airports. The machine analyses the casualty’s heart rhythm and shows with visual prompts – or tells you by voice prompts – what action…

  • UNCONSCIOUS CHILD
    FEATURED,  First Aid

    RESUSCITATION UNCONSCIOUS CHILD

    The following describes the techniques that may be needed for the resuscitation of an unconscious child aged between one year and puberty.  When treating a child, always approach and treat her from the same side, kneeling down next to the head or chest. You will then be in the correct position to carry out all the different stages of resuscitation: opening the airway, checking to breathe, and giving rescue breaths and chest compressions (together known as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR) At each stage you will have decisions to make, for example, is the child breathing? The steps are given here tell you what to do next. Your first priority is…

  • sugar danger
    FEATURED,  Health

    How to sugar become an enemy of our life.

    Hello… today, of course, We are going to introduce to your the new enemy of our lives, sugar. We are going to answer this question and In the beginning, I am going to give you facts. It is no secret that governments all over the world are starting to crack down on sugar, they are passing taxes on sugary drinks and snacks, banning them from schools, and more treatment programs are becoming open to people who believe they are addicted to sugar. But what is the truth is sugar is a new enemy. I am going to give you 13 reasons. That makes sugar bad for your health. After that,…

  • CPR
    FEATURED,  First Aid

    FIRST AID – SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CPR

    SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CPR How to CPR is There are circumstances when it may be more difficult to deliver CPR; for example, a casualty may have a chemical around the mouth, in which case you can give rescue breaths through the nose [opposite]. Occasionally, a casualty may breathe through a hole in the front of the neck – a stoma -[opposite]. You can also use a pocket mask or face shield when giving rescue breaths. If you have help, one person can perform full cycles of CPR for two minutes, then a second person can take over. Continue to swap every two minutes. PROBLEMS WITH RESCUE BREATHING If a casualty’s…

  • management of an unconscious adult
    FEATURED,  First Aid

    HOW TO MANAGING UNCONSCIOUS ADULTS

    Here we describe techniques for the management of an unconscious adult who may require resuscitation. Always approach and treat the casualty from the side, kneeling down next to his head or chest. You will then be in the correct position to perform all the stages of resuscitation: opening the airway; checking to breathe and giving chest compressions and rescue breaths (together called cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR) At each stage in the process you will have decisions to make, for example, is casualty breathing? The steps are given here tell you what to do next. The first priority is to open the casualty’s airway so that he can breathe or you…

  • UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY
    FEATURED,  First Aid

    FIRST AID – THE UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY

    To stay alive we need an adequate supply of oxygen to enter the lungs and be transferred to all cells in the body by the circulating blood. If a person is deprived of oxygen for any length of time, the brain will begin to fail. As a result, the casualty will eventually lose consciousness, breathing will cease. the heart will stop and death results. The airway must be kept open so that breathing can occur, allowing oxygen to enter the lungs and be circulated in the body. Therefore, the priority of a first aider when treating any collapsed casualty is to establish an open airway and maintain breathing and circulation.…