Activity Notes

The module we will be covering on April 16th is: Module 10: Wilderness First Aid, with special presentations from the Mazamas Critical Incidents team and from Portland Mountain Rescue.

The schedule for the evening is:

6:00 PM     Doors Open

6:30 PM     Announcements/Introductions

6:40 PM     Climbing First Aid

7:00 PM     Critical Incident Stress Management

7:10 PM     Portland Mountain Rescue

7:30 PM     Breakout Session

9:00 PM     Clear the Building by 9:30 PM

MODULE 10—BASIC WILDERNESS FIRST AID

  • Know the definition of Wilderness First Aid. MAZ
  • Assemble a First Aid Kit appropriate for alpine climbing that you know how to use. p.501
  • Understand the importance of communicating injuries to the climbing team. MAZ
  • Learn how to prevent and treat blisters. p.514-515
  • Know how to prevent, recognize, and treat hypothermia. p.508-510
  • Know the difference between dehydration, hyponatremia, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Be able prevent and treat each of these. p.505-508
  • Know the symptoms of acute mountain sickness, High-altitude pulmonary edema, and High-altitude cerebral edema. p.513-514

 

If you are using the 8th edition of FOTH, your pages are:

MODULE 10—BASIC WILDERNESS FIRST AID

  • Know the definition of Wilderness First Aid. MAZ
  • Assemble a First Aid Kit appropriate for alpine climbing that you know how to use. p.513–514
  • Understand the importance of communicating injuries to the climbing team. MAZ
  • Learn how to prevent and treat blisters. p.510–511
  • Know how to prevent, recognize, and treat hypothermia. p.504–506
  • Know the difference between dehydration, hyponatremia, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Be able prevent and treat each of these. p.503–504
  • Know the symptoms of acute mountain sickness, High-altitude pulmonary edema, and High-altitude cerebral edema. p.507–509

Your team leaders will provide you with information RE the breakout sessions.

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