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State how to appropriately respond to soft tissue injuries such as cuts, puncture wounds, impaled objects, bleeding, and severe bleeding.
Recognize the severity of a burn and describe how to respond to victims suffering from minor, major and chemical burns.
Explain how to respond to a victim who has suffered an electrical injury.
When it comes to soft tissue injuries, the biggest culprit can very often be previous injuries being reinjured. Knowing how to prevent a soft tissue injury is just as important as knowing how to treat one.
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