It may not be an effective method but it can surely help save someone.
First of all, always keep your first aid kit ready but when you store it, be sure that it is out of children's reach.
Although it can help save lives, it can also help destroy lives especially if they are not used properly.
It is important to get the proper training before trying to use this type of stuff.
When an emergency occurs, the first thing you need to do is ask someone to call for help.
Once that person goes to find help, begin by identifying if the person is still conscious or not.
Once you discover the person is either conscious or not, check to see if he is breathing properly.
Never give an unconscious person fluids or else you might end up suffocating him.
Unconscious people do not have any reflexes especially when they are at that state.
Pouring in fluids can pass through the lungs that can suffocate him and make matters worse.
If a person has difficulty breathing, make sure that you help the person up into a comfortable position and let him breathe in and out deeply.
There might be allergens that triggered his reaction and made him difficult to breathe.
You need to get to the root of the problem as soon as you can to make sure it is fixed.
Burns are the most common forms of injuries that require emergency treatment.
Immediately expose the affected area with cold flowing area up until the swelling subsides.
Take or remove any clothing in the affected area or it might latch itself onto the skin making it difficult to remove.
You can always tell if a person is about to collapse or faint when he feels cold and sweaty at the same time.
Let the person rest or sit down and if he does faint, raise both legs up to promote circulation within his body.
For people experiencing heat exhaustion, let the person lie down and improve circulation by raising both legs above the chest.
Provide the person with fluid as much as possible.
Always tell the person to seek medical help once he feels okay.