FIRST AID FOR WINTER SPORTS



We can find that extreme sports are similar to extreme emotion. Every charge of adrenaline that one has when somebody rides the ski or snowboard involves risk of losing the balance or falling down. The risk is enlarged even more if one goes out the snow resorts and one enter to other site. There one is more or less in his or her own, so that if an accident happens, help may not immediately be on the way.

Our intention is to teach you about the types different of "First Aid" for the different kinds of accident that you or your partner might experience in the outdoor. In that way, you will know how to respond to any possible situation given to you, instead of merely panicking.

The Essential Basics about first aid

The Essential Basics about first aid

It is very important that you know all the related about first aid.
Bleedings and Applying a Tourniquet

Bleedings and Applying a Tourniquet

The bleedings look very serious and these cause panic both to the victim and the person who tries to help.
Applying a Splint in case of fractures

Applying a Splint in case of fractures

If the victim complains about extreme pain at a certain area you should check.
Frostbite

Frostbite

Frostbite occurs when body parts are exposed to extreme cold for a period of time.
Hypothermia

Hypothermia

Hypothermia is serious life threatening condition that can occur to people who expose to extreme cold too long.
Neck Injuries and Spinal Injuries

Neck Injuries and Spinal Injuries

Neck and spine injuries are very serious injuries that can lead to paralysis and even death.
Sprains

Sprains

Sprains are an injury in which a joint is forced past its normal range of motion.