Useful Tips to Handle Emergency Situations

Useful Tips to Handle Emergency Situations

Useful Tips to Handle Emergency Situations - How to Handle Emergency Situations - Important Steps to Handle Emergency Situations - | Tips on - Find TipsIn my next series on Life Saving Tips, useful tips have been mentioned on how to stop the flow of blood oozing out from an injury and what to do in a situation when a person drown in water.


Lift the injured portion upwards. Keep pressing the wound with a clean plain cloth until and unless the flow of blood doesn’t stop. The maximum time that can be taken in this process is approximately fifteen to thirty minutes. But if then the blood doesn’t stop flowing out of the wound, then immediately rush the patient to the doctor or a hospital.

On the remaining part of the wound, tie a cloth, especially if the injury is on hand or leg in the upward direction of the heart. Use a wide cloth for this purpose.

Do not bind the cloth tightly.

Tie the cloth only in those cases where the blood doesn’t stop from flowing even after pressing the wound.

Loosen up the cloth after every 30 minutes and see to it whether there is any need to tie the cloth.

Never use any contaminated fabric, kerosene oil or cow-dung to stop the flow of blood.

Lie down the injured person in such a way that the legs remain elevated as compared to head.


First of all one must be aware of the fact that when a person sinks or drowns in water, if lips, tongue and nails turns blue; pulse rate is slow and inconsistent and experience difficulty in breathing or if the drowned person has fainted then that person has only four minutes to live. So it is crucially important to take first-aid steps.

Prior to draining out water from a person’s stomach, it is vital to provide mouth-to-mouth breathing to the affected person.

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