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You attend a patient who is lying face down behind her front. To the front are the stairs to the upper floor that lead up to the next floor. There is only enough room to barely fit two people in. The call was made by a delivery driver who was dropping off a parcel and who is still on scene.

Difficulty: First Aider Difficult Number of patients: 1
Tags: Airway Management,  Moving and Handling,  Primary Survey,  Resus/CPR,  Spinal Injury, 

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The first aiders are at a running event on a hot and sunny day and are called to a patient who has reportedly collapsed. On arrival they will find a voice responsive patient lying at the side of the road. The people around say that the patient just came to lean on the side barriers and then fell onto the road. There are quite a few runners running down the course around the patient.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Heat Extremes,  History Taking, 

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A quick and simple scenario to test out the first aider's response to someone who is choking. The first aiders are enjoying a meal out in a restaurant when a person a few tables away starts seeming to be in quite a bit of distress and is clutching at their neck.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Choking,  Airway Management, 

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This scenario tests the first aiders in a resuscitation scenario where there is an obvious cause of the arrest (a catastrophic bleed) to show that CPR isn't always the only thing that should be done in a resus - we should be looking for any reversible causes of arrest. On arrival, the first aiders will find the patient in a large pool of blood with no-one else around.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Resus/CPR,  Bleeds,  Unconscious Casualty,  Airway Management, 

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This scenario is all about recognising and reacting to an often deadly thunderclap headache. This needs the FAs/ambulance crew to be on their toes to react quickly and not just dismiss this as a headache or early hangover. This tests: the ability to recognise serious illness, taking a very rapid history, unconscious casualty management. Situation: You are on a booze bus duty and it has just hit 4 AM. A man who looks like he is in his 50s bursts in to the room. He is clearly distressed - he is clutching his head and lets out a scream of agony. He smells of alcohol but does not seem that drunk. Upon questioning, he says he has the worst headache he has ever had in his life and that it feels like he has been hit in the back of the head with a baseball bat.

Difficulty: First Aider Difficult Number of patients: 1
Tags: Neurological Conditions,  Medical Conditions,  Unconscious Casualty,  History Taking, 

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The first aiders are called to a patient's home who has hurt her arm whilst arm wrestling her boyfriend. On arrival the patient is alert and sitting on an armchair with her arm hanging down keeping it still. The humerus can be seen to be obviously deformed from the doorway. This scenario tests fracture management skills.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Fractures,  Pain Management, 

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The first aiders are called to a patient who has recently been chucked out of a nightclub for being aggressive but now seems to have reduced conciousness and is slumped unresponsive against a wall near the nightclub. A patient's friend is with her and insists they've only 'had a few vodka and cokes' but is acting fair drunk themselves. The friend is unaware that the patient is a type 1 insulin dependent diabetic and does not drink and so has been having coke instead of vodka and coke. This scenario tests the first aiders ability to not assume that the patient is just drunk.

Difficulty: First Aider Difficult Number of patients: 1
Tags: Medical Conditions,  History Taking,  Unconscious Casualty, 

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The first aiders have been called to a patient who has been punched in the head whilst covering a city centre on the 'booze bus'. They were called by police. The assailant had ran away. The patient has a potential head injury and is unable to speak which means that the first aiders will need to find some other way of communicating with the patient. This scenario tests communication skills along as well as head injury management.

Difficulty: First Aider Moderate Number of patients: 1
Tags: Head Injury,  Communication, 

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This scenario is all about dealing with a pretty minor injury but under the pressure of someone demanding that they need an ambulance. The first aiders are covering an event at a college disco. An intoxicated male patient has twisted their ankle whilst dancing and has hobbled across to the first aider post with his friends for some help.

Difficulty: First Aider Moderate Number of patients: 1
Tags: Scene Management,  Communication,  Sprains and strains, 

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The first aiders are covering a football tournament and are out patrolling the event. A female patient walks up telling them that she was hit on the head when playing about half an hour or so ago and do the first aiders have a pain killer or something. This scenario is designed to test out the first aiders' head injury assessment and helps them practice making the judgement of when to discharge and when to ask for more help.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Head Injury,  History Taking,