PRIIN Mod 04 Bleeding - Final

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  P.R.I.IN.   PEOPLE READINESS IN (FIRST AID)   INTERVENTION MODULE 4    –   Bleeding  Objective After completion of this module, the participants shall be able to:1.Understand basic anatomy of circulatory system;2. Recognize signs of external bleeding;3. Distinguish types of external bleeding;4. Understand and apply basic principles to control external bleeding;5. Understand principles of assistance in internal bleeding and crush injury;6. Understand and apply basic skills to manage wounds;7. Understand and apply <C>ABC protocol for bleeding and wounds.  Anatomy of Circulatory System  HEART  –“main pump” of body, 4 chambers push blood through vessels.  ARTERIES  – deliver blood FROM the heart to all organs.  VEINS  – collect blood FROM all organs and deliver it to heart.  CAPILLARIES  – smallest vessels, facilitate exchange of O2/CO2 in organs.Circulatory system is a closed circuit, filled with BLOOD.   Minor (Pulmonary) Cycle  – poor in O2 blood is collected from the entire body and flown to right part of heart and then to LUNGS. Gases exchange in lungs  – O2 into blood stream  – CO2 into ambient air.  Major (Systemic) Cycle  – rich in O2 blood delivered from lungs to LEFT part of HEART and from left HEART  – to the entire body. Anatomy of Circulatory System
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