Introduction: First witness first aid on the scene is the key factor for the survival and mitigation of the injured. Under the current social atmosphere in China, those who can give first aid to the injured on the spot are all worthy of praise. This is full of positive moral energy and is worth vigorously promoting this spirit of helping others.
However, in many news reports related to on-site first aid in the media, there is often a serious lack of scientific positive energy. Is such an injured person really suitable for such first aid? Is the choice of first aid appropriate? Is it possible for the public to receive wrong first aid information from such reports?
This is what Nighthawk pays attention to. Let’s take a look at this press release. Nighthawk is an off-site news reader who makes comments only on press releases, not on anyone.
Topic: < < Shandong Surgeon Lu Yu Coma Injured Immediately Save People for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation > >
[Question 1]: Can cardiopulmonary resuscitation be performed if you are injured and unconscious?
[Original Report] Qilu.com, June 27-The doctor’s bounden duty is to heal the wounded and rescue the dying. Zhang Liang, a surgeon in Ningjin, Texas, not only did this in the hospital, but also met Jia Zhanwei, a delirious injured person who was hit by a car accident on his way to work. He was duty-bound to lend a helping hand.
According to a report by Shandong Radio and Television’s public channel < < People’s Livelihood Express > >, the uncle Li Yuezhong of the injured Jia Zhanwei said, “My nephew rode his bike to work and walked to the gate of the Urban Management Bureau. A car knocked down my nephew. After the knock-down, the situation at that time was coma, another shock, and his heart stopped beating. The situation was very critical.”
[Question 2]: Coma refers to loss of consciousness; Shock refers to insufficient circulatory perfusion, which can be seen in massive hemorrhage. Cardiac arrest, you know, loss of consciousness, no breathing, no pulse; Three very different concepts are used here, which is very strange. If we want to unify, we can think that the patient was seriously injured, coma, massive hemorrhage and shock, so that the heart stopped beating. Oh, my God, this is 100% death before hospital.
[Original Report]: For the injured Jia Zhanwei, every minute and second may determine life and death. Seeing this situation, because the driver and the people present did not understand the first aid on the spot, there were enthusiastic people who dialed 120 emergency calls. In an emergency moment, Zhang Liang, a doctor outside Ningjin County Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, saw this scene when he passed by and immediately stepped forward to rescue.
Zhang Liang, a doctor outside Ningjin County Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, said, “After I went there, I checked the patient’s physical signs. Breathing, heartbeat and pulse were relatively weak. Then I underwent cardiopulmonary resuscitation and slowly regained consciousness.”
[Question3]: The evaluated items are very good, breathing pulse and heartbeat, is there? Yes! How is it? Weak. Pulse and breathing, why do cardiopulmonary resuscitation? Is cardiopulmonary resuscitation used on patients with pulse and breathing? Can cardiopulmonary resuscitation bring a patient with traumatic shock and cardiac arrest back to life at the scene? Kiss, even in the operating room, such an outcome is rare.
After 120 ambulances arrived at the scene, Zhang Liang and the driver sent Jia Zhanwei to Ningjin County Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine to continue rescue. Due to Zhang Liang’s timely rescue, Jia Zhanwei won precious rescue time. After nearly a week of treatment, Jia Zhanwei has turned the corner.
[Nighthawk Review]: Where did this injured person hurt? Dangerous to what? Is the diagnosis what? Not a word! Reporter, you can’t be lazy!
[Original Report]: The uncle of the injured Jia Zhanwei said, “If it weren’t for Dr. Zhang Liang’s rescue, our patient would have said something bad, and the consequences would have been hard to imagine. In fact, Dr. Zhang Liang is the rescuer. He is very kind and can’t forget others for life.”
Zhang Liang, a doctor outside Ningjin County Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, said, “It should be the responsibility and obligation of a doctor. There are many people around me. I didn’t think so much. Saving lives is important. Every minute of the patient is very important.”
[Nighthawk Review]: Sometimes, both doctors and the public should not [not think so much] when giving first aid on the spot. They should think more. The patient is in a state of what and is suitable for first aid measures in what.
[Original Report]: As Zhang Liang said, every minute and second is important to patients. At the critical moment of life and death, Zhang Liang explained to us that what is the duty and obligation of doctors, and also conveyed to us that what is the positive energy of society!
“Nightingale Summary”: As the Nighthawk wants to say today, For on-site emergency news, reporters should not be too casual when reporting. Your report is likely to be regarded by readers as popular medical science knowledge. We should not only promote positive spiritual energy, but also promote positive scientific energy. Positive spiritual energy without scientific support will become sweet [poison]. [Nightingale Popular Science] Someone was knocked down suddenly. What should you do?
1. Ensure the safety of the site environment.
2. Check whether the injured person has any reaction, beat the patient and shout, [Are you all right? ]
A. If there is a reaction: sober and able to answer questions, ask about the accident, physical feelings and provide help;
B. If there is no response: see Step 3 and call 120 emergency telephone.
3. Check whether there is breathing (observe whether there are ups and downs in thorax)
A. If breathing: see step 4;
B. If there is no breathing: give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (chest compressions, artificial respiration, AED).
4. Find obvious signs of trauma, such as fracture and massive hemorrhage, and give hemostasis or fracture fixation.
5. Look for the medical information prompt items carried on your body: badges, drugs, warning bracelets, etc. to indicate the patient’s previous major diseases, such as penicillin anaphylactic shock, diabetic insulin treatment, etc.