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Recurrent Aviation First Aid

Recurrent Aviation First Aid

This comprehensive Recurrent Aviation First Aid course is a refresher for Crews who have had previous First Aid training in the last year. As the Resuscitation Council often changes best practice when dealing with First Aid, we have adapted our course accordingly.

Schedule: Wednesdays, 13.00 - 17.30

Course Duration: 

4 Hours

Syllabus

  • General Aero-Medical Aspects and  Survival
  • Physiological effects of flying including Hypoxia, Oxygen
  • requirements, Eustachian tubal function and Barotraumas
  • Air Sickness
  • Gastro Intestinal disturbances
  • Hyperventilation
  • Burns
  • Wounds
  • The Unconscious
  • Fractures and  Soft tissue  Injuries
  • Asthma
  • Stress and  Allergic reactions
  • Shock
  • Diabetes
  • Choking (including treatment for adult/child and  infant)

  • Epilepsy and  infantile  convulsions
  • Stroke
  • Childbirth
  • Heart Attack
  • Use  of   Equipment   –  First  Aid   Oxygen,   First  Aid   Kit, Emergency medical kit (where applicable)
  • Practical   CPR  taking    into    account    of    the    Aircraft environment
  • Travel Health and  Hygiene including

    • Hygiene on  Board
    • Risk  of  Contact  with  infectious  diseases and  means to reduce risk
    • Handling of clinical waste
    • Aircraft Disinfection
    • Death on  Board
    • Alertness management,  physical effects  of  fatigue, sleep  physiology, circadian rhythms, 

  • Time  zone changes.