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PHE (Primary Classes)

Some conditions that require first aid are

  1. Bleeding
  2. Fainting
  3. Wound (Bruises)
  4. Heat exhaustion
  5. Fracture
  6. Dislocation
  7. Vomiting

Explanations of some conditions that require first aid


This happens when blood is coming out of the body as å result of å cut in the skin. Blood may also come out from the nose as å result of an injury or an illness. The gum of the teeth may bleed as å result of å hard blow or å prick on it. It may also be as å result of infection.

First aid for bleeding

The method of stopping bleeding depends on the part of the body that is bleeding.

  1. For å bleeding leg or hand as å result of å cut, use clean water with salt to wash it.
  2. Apply iodine solution on the affected part.


This is å sudden loss of consciousness. This happens when somebody does not know what is going on or happening around him or her again. It is å total loss of control of oneself and can lead to death.

First aid for fainting

  1. Remove the top clothing and shoes.
  2. Let the person receive enough fresh air.
  3. Use mouth-to-mouth method of giving artificial respiration.
  4. Take the person to the hospital.


Step I: Teacher revises the previous topic.

Step II: Teacher introduces the new topic “Conditions that requires  first aid”

Step III: Teacher states the conditions that require first aid

Step IV: Teacher explains further with relevant examples

Step V: Pupils make relevant contributions.


  1. Define first aid
  2. Mention five conditions that require first aid


  1. Explain how a person bleeding should be given first aid
  2. List two things to do to someone who fainted


See also

First Aid

Ways of Improving Sleep

Importance of Resting

Rest and Sleep

Air Pollution


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