CHAPTER 17 – Bites and Stings
College student Name:
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You are working as a summer time day camp counselor once one of your campers tells you that you have to come discover Sara. When you get over towards the picnic desk where she is sitting, you will see that this lady has developed a rash that is showing up in areas all over her body. The girl tells you that last week, the girl discovered a tick onto her leg once she got home.
READY to REACT QUESTIONS:
1 . Given the facts of the situation, what do you believe is triggering Sara's allergy? Sara could have caught the Rocky Pile spotted fever
2 . What else could you do to aid Sara?
Carry out no further harm, monitor her consciousness and breathing, don't allow her chill or get hot, comfort n reassure her.
1 . Match each term with the correct definition:
a. Lyme disease
w. Antivenin c. Rabies
m. Rocky Hill spotted fever
______a_____ A disease transmitted by the deer tick and black-legged tick.
_____b______ A element used to combat the poisonous effects of venom.
_____d______ A disease caused by the transmission of microscopic bacterias from the solid wood tick or perhaps dog tick host..
_____c______ An contagious viral disease that affects the nervous system of humans and other mammals.
2 . List things of maintain a tick bite.
Having a gloved hands, grasp the tick with fine-tipped, pointed, non-etched, non-rasped tweezers as near to the skin as possible and take slow upwards, place the tick in a jar containing scrubbing alcohol to kill this. Wash the bite place. Apply antibiotic ointment to assist prevent disease.
3. List three standard signals of insect stings.
a. Presence of a stinger
4. List the steps of care for a snakebite.
Contact 911. Wash the site with soap and water. Apply an stretchy bandage to slow the spread of venom...