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Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

Q1: True or False.

(i) In case of a minor burn, you should immediately apply ice to the affected area.
Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

(ii) It is safe to play with electrical outlets and plugs if your hands are dry.

(iii) In the event of a nosebleed, tilt your head back to stop the bleeding.

(iv) If someone is choking, you should perform the Heimlich maneuver immediately.

(v) It is necessary to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle or skateboard.

(vi) When using a knife, it is best to cut away from your body.

(vii) If you find a broken glass on the floor, you should pick it up with your bare hands.
Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

(viii) If someone is experiencing a seizure, you should restrain them to prevent movement.

(ix) It is safe to mix different cleaning chemicals together to increase their effectiveness.

(x) If someone is bitten by a venomous snake, apply a tourniquet above the bite area to prevent the venom from spreading.

Q2: Match the Following.

Match the correct first aid item with its corresponding use.
Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

Q3: Arrange in the Correct Order.


Arrange the steps in the correct order for the following first aid procedures.
(i)
First Aid for a Nosebleed
(a) Tilt the head back.
(b) Pinch the soft part of the nose.
(c) Lean slightly forward.
(d) Keep the head elevated for a few minutes after the bleeding stops.

(ii) First Aid for a Minor Burn
(a)
Apply ice to the burn immediately.
(b) Run cold water over the burn for at least 10 minutes.
(c) Pop any blisters that form.
(d) Cover the burn with a sterile non-stick bandage.

(iii) First Aid for Choking
(a)
Perform the Heimlich maneuver.
(b) Call for emergency help if the person cannot breathe or speak.
(c) Encourage the person to drink water.
(d) Pat the person's back forcefully.
Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

(iv) First Aid for a Snake Bite
(a)
Apply a tourniquet above the bite area.
(b) Keep the bitten limb elevated.
(c) Wash the bite area with soap and water.
(d) Seek immediate medical attention.

(v) First Aid for Cuts and Scrapes
(a)
Apply a bandage to the wound.
(b) Clean the wound with antiseptic wipes.
(c) Use tweezers to remove any debris from the wound.
(d) Elevate the injured limb.

Q4: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).


(i) What is the primary purpose of first aid in the case of burns?
(a)
To break blisters formed on the skin.
(b) To cool the skin and prevent further damage.
(c) To apply antiseptic cream immediately.
(d) To wait for a doctor to arrive.

(ii) When should you apply tincture of iodine to a wound?
(a)
Before washing the wound with water.
(b) After washing the wound with water.
(c) Only if the wound is deep.
(d) Never, as it can be harmful.

(iii) What is the recommended first aid for an animal bite, such as from a dog?
(a) 
Apply ice immediately.
(b) Wash with soap and water and apply an antiseptic lotion.
(c) Apply a paste of baking soda.
(d) Take the patient to the hospital for stitches.
Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

(iv) How should you provide support for a suspected fractured hand?
(a) 
Use a cloth sling.
(b) Apply ice to reduce swelling.
(c) Move the hand gently to prevent stiffness.
(d) Tie a tourniquet above the hand to stop blood flow.

(v) What should you do when experiencing a nosebleed according to the first aid instructions?
(a)
Blow your nose vigorously.
(b) Apply pressure to the back of the neck.
(c) Breathe through your nose.
(d) Sit upright with your head held back and arms folded above the head.

Q5: Answer the following Questions.

(i) What should we do when a cut is deep and bleeding?

(ii) What is a tourniquet?

(iii) What do you mean by a fracture? What first aid should be given to the victim of a fracture?

(iv) Suggest the first aid to be given for nose bleeding.
Safety and First Aid - 2 Class 3 Worksheet Science

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1. How should I perform CPR on an adult?
Ans. To perform CPR on an adult, follow these steps: 1. Check the scene for safety and ensure the person is unresponsive. 2. Call for emergency medical help. 3. Start chest compressions by placing the heel of your hand on the center of the person's chest and interlocking your fingers. 4. Push hard and fast, aiming for a rate of at least 100-120 compressions per minute. 5. After 30 compressions, give two rescue breaths by tilting the person's head back, lifting the chin, and covering their mouth with yours. 6. Continue with cycles of 30 compressions and 2 breaths until help arrives or the person shows signs of life.
2. What are the signs of a heart attack?
Ans. The signs of a heart attack can vary, but common symptoms include: - Chest pain or discomfort, often described as a feeling of pressure or squeezing. - Pain or discomfort that may radiate to the arm, shoulder, jaw, or back. - Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. - Nausea, indigestion, or vomiting. - Sweating or cold, clammy skin. - Fatigue or lightheadedness. If you or someone else is experiencing these symptoms, it is important to seek immediate medical attention.
3. How can I stop bleeding from a wound?
Ans. To stop bleeding from a wound, follow these steps: 1. Apply direct pressure to the wound using a clean cloth or sterile dressing. 2. Maintain pressure for at least 5-10 minutes. Do not keep checking the wound as it may disrupt the clotting process. 3. If the bleeding doesn't stop, apply additional layers of dressing and continue applying pressure. 4. If the bleeding is severe and life-threatening, apply a tourniquet above the wound, but only as a last resort. 5. Seek medical help if the bleeding doesn't stop or if the wound is deep, large, or caused by an impaled object.
4. How should I treat a burn at home?
Ans. For minor burns, you can treat them at home by following these steps: 1. Remove any clothing or jewelry near the burn area, but only if it is not sticking to the skin. 2. Run cool (not cold) water over the burn for about 10-20 minutes to help relieve pain and prevent further tissue damage. 3. Cover the burn with a sterile non-stick dressing or clean cloth. 4. Take over-the-counter pain relievers, if necessary, but avoid using creams, ointments, or butter as they can trap heat and delay healing. 5. Monitor the burn for signs of infection, such as increased redness, swelling, or pus, and seek medical attention if needed.
5. What should I do if someone is choking?
Ans. If someone is choking, take the following steps: 1. Ask the person if they are choking and if they can speak or cough. If they can, encourage them to keep coughing to clear the blockage. 2. If the person cannot speak or cough, stand behind them and perform abdominal thrusts (Heimlich maneuver). 3. Place your arms around the person's waist, make a fist with one hand, and place the thumb side against the middle of their abdomen, slightly above the navel. 4. Grasp your fist with your other hand and give quick, inward and upward thrusts until the object is dislodged. 5. If the person becomes unconscious, lower them to the ground and start CPR, beginning with chest compressions.
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