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Electric shock

 

 

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Remove the victim from the source of electricity before you touch him.

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Either turn off the master switch to disconnect the power, or use a nonmetal, dry object such as a stick to pull the wire or electrical source away from the victim's body.

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If he is not breathing, begin rescue breathing immediately; a victim whose heart has stopped breathing needs CPR.

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If the person is unconscious, but is breathing and has a heartbeat, you should place him in the recovery position and monitor his breathing and heart rate until medical help arrives.
 

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