Place the victim on his back on a hard surface and remove from his mouth thoroughly (vomit, foreign bodies). He tilts his head deep backward while maintaining the lower jaw. With his left hand tighten the nostrils and blow air start counting 21, 22, 23, 24. Get into the air and repeat step while observing the chest and nostrils victim to determine if she returned spontaneous breathing ability. If the victim began to breathe independently, place him in the recovery position.
Place the victim on his back on a hard surface and kneel as close to the body. Put your hands (one per second) at a height of 1/3 of the sternum and Weave your fingers. Straighten your arms and start chest compressions while applying artificial respiration (30 compressions and 2 breaths). The operation was repeated until the return of injured heart or the arrival of professional assistance.
Wounds should not be washed out, touch your fingers, sprinkle disinfectants. We must not remove the foreign bodies as it may temporarily inhibit bleeding. If possible, lock the vicinity of the wound and attach the dressing. Remember that it is not advisable to use wool or cellulose, which materials adhere to the wound.
Fracture should be fed at the scene - if possible without moving the victim. In a broken leg lock the two adjacent joints (eg. Using slats, triangular bandages, stick like. If you are dealing with a fracture open, protect the wound assuming dressing sterile, and then immobilize a broken leg. In the case of spinal fractures lock the whole body of the victim by stretcher, wide plank like.