By Dennis Graver
''The purely publication of its variety, Aquatic Rescue and safeguard presents unique details on the right way to determine, deal with, and forestall every kind of submersion accidents. Written by means of a veteran scuba diving teacher and water-rescue teacher coach, the ebook offers the most recent, foremost rescue and primary relief tactics - concepts confirmed to avoid wasting lives - for all water-related injuries.''.
''The ebook additionally presents particular steps for you to take to avoid injuries, and it delivers the instruments you want to advertise defense at the water, together with guidance for those who have little ones with them in aquatic settings. even if you're easily an avid boater or swimmer or a member of a water rescue group, this booklet may help you obtain the information and talents to avoid water-related accidents and store lives.''--BOOK JACKET. Read more...
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The need for personal flotation during rescues is obvious because you may need to support two people. Attempting a water-based rescue without flotation could cause your death. Don’t ever take that chance. If a panicked victim is able to grasp you, your escape route is downward, which is the last place the victim wants to go. Tuck your chin and push upward on the victim’s arms at the elbows. As you sink beneath the surface, the victim will release you. Push away from the person, surface, and try again.
Physiology D uring the winter in the 1970s, a young California man bet his friends that he could dive through a hole in the ice in a mountain lake, swim 50 feet underwater, and surface through another hole cut through the ice. Wearing only a swimming suit, the man dived into the frigid water. When he did not surface, 50 Water and Body Temperature Considerations his friends summoned rescue personnel. The victim was found only a few feet from the point at which he entered the water. His lack of knowledge about cold water physiology caused his death.
Or severe. Mortality from severe generalized body cooling is high because the victims are prone to ventricular fibrillation (a fatal heart rhythm). Onset of hypothermia may be sudden or gradual. The ability of the body to regulate its temperature is lost when the core temperature reaches 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Victims become comatose when the body’s core temperature drops to about 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Some victims have survived with core temperatures as low as 64 degrees Fahrenheit (Mistovich et al.
Aquatic rescue and safety by Dennis Graver