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First Aid Supplies Eufaula AL

When camping, it important to have emergency guidelines available to show you what to do. The first few minutes can determine if, and how well, the victim will recover. In serious medical emergencies, what you do in the first few minutes can determine if, and how well, the victim will recover. The following ABC's are suggested emergency guidelines that can help you remember what to do. It is especially important to be prepared when camping as you may be in a remote location.

Winn-Dixie
(334) 687-8796
1037 S. Eufaula Ave.
Eufaula, AL
Services / Departments
ATM, Floral, Deli, Bakery, Seafood, Fresh Meat, Pharmacy
Store Hours
Mon - Fri: 7:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M.
Pharmacy #
334-687-8781
Pharmacy Hours
Mon - Fri: 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.

Rite-Aide
(334) 687-7144
130 South Eufaula Avenue
Eufaula, AL
Services
Drive-Thru Pharmacy, GNC, Digital Prints, Print to Print, One Hour Photo Lab, One Hour Photo Online, Photo Gifts, Photo Books
Hours
Mon-Thu:08:00 - 09:00
Friday:08:00 - 09:00
Saturday:08:00 - 09:00
Sunday:08:00 - 09:00
Pharmacy Hours
Mon-Thu:08:00 - 08:00
Friday:08:00 - 08:00
Saturday:09:00 - 06:00
Sunday:10:00 - 06:00

Eufaula Drugs Inc
(334) 687-3591
146 E Broad St
Eufaula, AL
 
Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy
(334) 687-0021
542 S Eufaula Ave
Eufaula, AL
 
Rite Aid
(334) 687-7144
130 S Eufaula Ave
Eufaula, AL
 
Walmart
(334) 687-2218
3176 S Eufaula Ave
Eufaula, AL
Store Hours
Mon-Fri:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sat:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Pharmacy #
(334) 687-2338
Pharmacy Hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Busters Iga Eufaula
(334) 687-9054
920 So Eufaula St
Eufaula, AL
 
Scarbrough Drug Co
(334) 687-2061
139 E Broad St
Eufaula, AL
 
Winn Dixie
(334) 687-8781
1037 S Eufaula Ave
Eufaula, AL
 
Price Drug Co
(334) 687-3537
206 E Broad St
Eufaula, AL
 

Medical Emergency Guidelines when Camping

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ABC's of First Aid - Medical Emergency Guidelines When Camping


Brian Befort, Camping Life Magazine

In serious medical emergencies, what you do in the first few minutes can determine if, and how well, the victim will recover. The following ABC's are suggested emergency guidelines that can help you remember what to do. It is especially important to be prepared when camping as you may be in a remote location.

ANTICIPATE AND AVOID
  • Learn first aid. At least one adult should know rescue breathing, CPR, how to apply bandages and splints, and especially how NOT to cause further harm, even if you don't know how to treat every injury. Contact your local community college or American Red Cross chapter ( redcross.org ) for information on first-aid and first-responder classes in your area.

  • Carry the 10 essentials: extra food and water, extra layers, an emergency space blanket, waterproof matches and fire starter, knife, map and compass, headlamp and a first aid kit - all for when plans go awry.

  • Do not travel alone. A party of four is best: If one person is injured, one can stay with the patient while the other two go for help.

  • Learn the special medical needs of everyone in your party, take care of impending medical and dental needs before you hit the road, and carry important medications with you.

  • Learn the weather patterns and natural hazards of your destination and route. Be cautious in places where there are risky conditions, such as swift water, wet logs, rocky or slippery ground, steep slopes and high or open country during thunderstorms.

  • Leave an itinerary with a responsible person at home and rangers near your trailhead, noting your destination, route and time of return, so people know when and where to look or you if you don’t return.

  • Stay calm. When emergencies happen, try not to panic. Panic impedes clear thinking. Everyone in your party will take comfort from your calm attitude. If you’re optimistic, they will be, too.


ASSESS THE SCENE
  • A very important emergency guideline to remember is to look and think. Assess the situation. What caused the injury? Will you be in danger if you rush to the rescue? Swift rivers, cold water, avalanches, fires, rattlesnakes, lightning and car accidents are just a few things that can kill you while you are trying to save someone.

  • Wear surgical gloves and a CPR barrier to protect yourself from bodily fluids and diseases (HIV, hepatitis, etc.). Nitrile gloves are available for those allergic to latex. A plastic bag taped over each hand will work in a pinch. The CPR Microshield is an excellent mask (cprmicro shield.com).

  • Do not move the victim until you know the extent of his injuries, unless he is in imminent danger. If you must, help a conscious victim walk. Roll an unconscious person on his back, then pull by his shirt collar or underarms while supporting his head. Preferably, have several people lift his body as a unit.

  • If you are the leader (the ...

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