Sunday, March 7, 2010


Injury classification based on classified
  1. Degree of contamination (clean, contaminated, infected)
  2. The extent of tissue damage
  3. Mechanism:
  • Trauma, chemical, thermal, electrical, radiation
  • Injuries hit high / low velocity

Saturday, March 6, 2010


  • The loss of continuity (discontinuity)
  • Bone, cartilage, joints, cartilage epiphyseal
  • Total or partial
  • Result: a pathological mobility, loss of bone support functions, great pain

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

BLS (Basic Life Support) AND CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resucitation)

2 System (Part) In The Human Body Main
  1. Breath System
  2. Circulatory system

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

  • Anatomy (body structure): the science of studying the composition reply form or the body and known to science explained dg
  • Physiology (body physiology): yg studying physiological sciences (function) part of the tool or tissue
  • Anatomical position: standing upright, arms at your sides, palms facing forward.
  • Medial field: dividing the body into 2 parts left and right.
  • Frontal field: dividing the body into 2 parts ie front (anterior) and rear (posterior)
  • Transverse field: divides the body into 2 parts namely the (superior) and bottom (inferior)



The cause of death due to work
Understanding First Aid
Immediate relief to people with illness or injury / accident that requires basic medical treatment

International Humanitarian Law

IHL History
Wrong if we say that the establishment of the Red Cross in the year 1863 or the adoption of the first Geneva Convention of 1864 marks the birth of humanitarian law as we know today. As no single people who do not have a set of rules, so there never was a war that has no clear rules or vague that regulate the beginning and end of hostilities, as well as how the war was conducted.

Basic Principles Of Movement Red Cross and Red Crescent International

History The Emergence Of The Basic Principles


The word "principle" comes from the Latin word "principium" which means the main cause, origin or basis. The principle can also mean 'a basic rules which express the basic values of a community group that does not change under any circumstances.' For example, awards to individuals is an underlying principle of independence.