Is there any use in pinching “people” in first aid?

A few days ago, people have been arguing on microblogs about the issue of pinching people in emergency. First of all, we need to be clear: there is no effect in the family for patients with cardiac arrest and respiratory arrest! The only effective measure for patients with respiratory cardiac arrest is to immediately carry out professional cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Attention must be professional, professional cardiopulmonary resuscitation. < / P > < p > in some movies and TV series, we can often see someone fainting, and then a group of people gather around to pinch people and take emergency measures, and then the people who faint will wake up. This move makes many teenagers, even some adults, think that pinching people after coma is a very effective first-aid measure. But this is not the case. Pinching can only be used to judge whether the patient is conscious or not, and has no value in treatment. At this time, some people say that when they quarrel, they sometimes hold their breath and pinch people for a while. Sometimes when I feel faint, I will wake up immediately after pinching for a while. That said, pinching is almost ineffective for those who are unconscious. Pinching people is harmful even for epileptic patients. < / P > < p > when the thumb pinches a person, the remaining four fingers will naturally put on the chin to exert force, which will make the injured person’s mouth closed, and the oral secretion can not be eliminated, causing more danger. The action of pressing the fingers will also make the injured person bow his head, and the tongue will fall back at home, causing airway obstruction. < / P > < p > a few years ago, a marathon runner suddenly fainted during a race. A doctor at that time wanted to judge the patient’s response to pain by pinching people. It is this move that makes everyone pay attention to first aid knowledge and skills once again. In fact, I think, as a professional first-aid personnel, should show professional first-aid skills, establish a professional image. Some misleading first aid should be avoided. There is no use pinching people in the event of sudden cardiac arrest without spontaneous breathing. Now marathon race track, every kilometer will be equipped with a self-help defibrillator. The purpose is to ensure that medical staff can carry out the rescue of patients in golden four minutes. < p > < p > when I was a child, my parents would let me drink vinegar and swallow rice balls when I was a child. Once, there was no effect in this way. Finally, I had to go to the hospital to take it out. But when I got to the hospital, the doctor told me that the fish bone had been stuck very deep, which was very difficult to find. It took a long time before it was taken out. < p > < p > the doctor suggested that after the fish bone gets stuck in the throat, never try to swallow the fish bone with rice balls or steamed bread. The reason is that this will push the shallow spines deeper into the throat and even the esophagus. Originally, the fish bone was shallow, but it went deep into the skin because of eating rice. The deeper the location, the more difficult it is to find a doctor. If you get to the esophagus, you need to take it through the gastroscope or esophagoscope. In addition to pinching people and eating rice balls with fishbone, there are many wrong emergency measures. For example, sucking with the mouth after being bitten by a snake, drinking vinegar tube with fish bone stuck in the throat, smearing toothpaste on scald, and bleeding back can stop bleeding. These are all wrong practices, and we must avoid them in the future. < / P > < p > in case of complicated situation, call 120 as soon as possible. When you call again, you need to clearly express the first aid situation. The wrong way will delay the time when the rescuer arrives at the scene, thus delaying the best time for treatment. The caller must be calm and calm, tell the ambulance staff in detail about the patient’s condition, and be ready to meet the ambulance. < / P > < p > finally, I would like to remind you that you should master some first-aid knowledge in daily life. After mastering a certain amount of correct first-aid knowledge, they will not be helpless in the face of emergencies, and the correct first-aid knowledge will not make them more and more confused. Of course, if you don’t have any confidence, don’t act rashly to avoid secondary injury. PARRENT&CHILDREN