The situations of health or life threat, burns, frostbite, electric shock, nuclear threat, contusion, gunshot and shrapnel injury, lacerations, and bleeding. They are common medical emergencies and real threats to life, especially in the conditions of martial law. What to do? How to save a life in emergencies? How to provide health care without harm? Such urgent questions were answered by Maria Pylypenko, a paramedic, nurse, and Red Cross volunteer, who was the speaker of the meeting.
Students had the opportunity to get some practical tips on providing first aid in an emergency. It was helpful for anybody who do not have a medical education. The information provided at the meeting is of a general nature only.
Now our students know what to do in case of emergency. But we do hope there will be no need to apply their knowledge in real-life situations.
The meeting was very informative.
May there be Peace and Victory!