A course that will demonstrate and teach students proper first aid for minor wounds, major wounds, choking procedures and CPR on adults, children and infants. A brief description of how to properly apply and use an Automated External Defibrillator. Some medical terminology will be defined to help the first aid attendant better diagnose incidents. The course is structured into three separate categories: basic first aid, advanced first aid and CPR. Slides will include audio to help guide along the process and procedures of proper first aid analysis, symptom recognition and treatment. This course is a good refresher or new material that every person should know to be able to assist in small incidents such as insect bites and allergic reactions as well as more severe incidents such as: heart attacks, strokes, anaphylaxis, fractures and choking.
How to treat various types of insect bites and stings.
How to recognize allergic reaction symptoms and how to use an Epi-pen.
Treatment of minor injuries such as nose bleeds, sprains and more.
Proper care of a patient who has suffered a fracture.
How to handle scenarios and situations where a patient is suffering or has suffered from a seizure.
Early recognition of a heart attack and the procedures to be made before medical help arrives.
Recognizing if someone is suffering from or has suffered from a stroke.
Choking treatment, the recovery position and CPR scene analysis.
Procedures for adult CPR.
Procedure and techniques for child CPR.
Procedures and techniques for infant CPR as well as infant choking techniques.
How to use and when to use an AED.
I graduated with a civil engineering degree. I was a university tutor in various classes and a teacher's assistant in CAD (computer-aided design) software development. I reverse engineer professional parts portfolios, designing individual parts on CAD software and defining their parameters. I have competed in a robotics competitions, assembling and competing with a unique robot design to compete against others. Out of 200 individuals, I placed in the top 5. I speak 4 languages; Spanish, German and I am fluent in French and English. I have competed in various competitions, placing in the top 3 in the province of British Columbia and being recognized provincially in others.