Survival First Aid

First aid can help someone survive and function with injuries that would otherwise disable, incapacitate, or possibly kill them.

This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medial advice, emergency treatment or formal first-aid training. If available, for any condition you should always try to seek professional medical attention.

Altitude SicknessFaintingMouth-to-Mouth
Administering CPRFeverNosebleed
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)FracturesPoisoning
Avoiding IllnessFrostbitePrickly Heat
Bandages / DressingFrostbite (Superficial)Pulse
Bites and StingsFrostnipPuncture Wounds
BlistersHead TraumaR.D.S.
Body TemperatureHeat CrampsSevere Bleeding
BurnsHeat ExhaustionShock
ChilblainHeat RashSnow blindness
ChokingHeat StrokeSplinters
CPRHeimlich ManeuverSprains
Crush SyndromeHivesSunburn
CutsHypothermiaSunstroke
DehydrationImmersion SyndromeTick Bites
DrowningMotion SicknessWindburn