Information to help you during a medical emergency.

  1. Anaphylaxis: First aid
  2. Animal bites: First aid
  3. Black eye: First aid
  4. Blisters: First aid
  5. Bruise: First aid
  6. Burns: First aid
  7. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR): First aid
  8. Chemical burns: First aid
  9. Chemical splash in the eye: First aid
  10. Chest pain: First aid
  11. Choking: First aid
  12. Corneal abrasion (scratch): First aid
  13. Cuts and scrapes: First aid
  14. Dislocation: First aid
  15. Electrical burns: First aid
  16. Electrical shock: First aid
  17. Emergency essentials: Keep a bug out bag ready
  18. Emergency Health Information
  19. Fainting: First aid
  20. Fever: First aid
  21. First-aid kits: Stock supplies that can save lives
  22. Foodborne illness
  23. Foreign object in the ear: First aid
  24. Foreign object in the eye: First aid
  25. Foreign object in the nose: First aid
  26. Foreign object in the skin: First aid
  27. Foreign object inhaled: First aid
  28. Foreign object swallowed: First aid
  29. Fractures (broken bones)
  30. Frostbite: First aid
  31. Gastroenteritis: First aid
  32. Head pain: First aid
  33. Head trauma: First aid
  34. Heart attack
  35. Heat cramps: First aid
  36. Heat exhaustion: First aid
  37. Heatstroke: First aid
  38. Human bites: First aid
  39. Hypothermia: First aid
  40. Insect bites and stings: First aid
  41. Motion sickness: First aid
  42. Nosebleeds: First aid
  43. Poisoning: First aid
  44. Puncture wounds: First aid
  45. Severe bleeding: First aid
  46. Shock: First aid
  47. Snakebites: First aid
  48. Spider bites: First aid
  49. Spinal injury: First aid
  50. Sprain: First aid
  51. Stroke: First aid
  52. Sunburn
  53. Tick bites: First aid
  54. Tooth loss: First aid
  55. Toothache: First aid

Disclaimer: This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, emergency treatment or formal first-aid training. Don't use this information to diagnose or develop a treatment plan for a health problem or disease without consulting a qualified health care provider. If you're in a life-threatening or emergency medical situation, seek medical assistance immediately.