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Vol. 7, Issue 12 (2018)

Evidence - based level of awareness about first aid among patients

KC Rajashree and Radhika K
The first aid demonstrates specific safety procedures that are recommended to patients at home to practice self-first aid deprived of aggravating additional injury. The minor injuries require medical guidance in order to decide the inevitability of a tetanus report. A doctor should scrutinize the bandaging in addition to medication. The first aid towards unexpected injuries such as burns and cardiac arrest helps to save the life of the patient. The first aid serves as a catalyst to diminish the level of injury thereby facilitating speedy recovery. This learning concentrates on the awareness of patients towards first aid. The outcomes of the study particularizes that patient’s trust that first aid will perchance save the lives.
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How to cite this article:
KC Rajashree, Radhika K. Evidence - based level of awareness about first aid among patients. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(12):254-256.

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