In the left hand column, is a partially blank outline from a speech about the symptoms and treatment of frostbite. In the right hand column, arranged in random order, are the subpoints and sub-subpoints to fill in the outline. Choose the appropriate subpoint or sub-subpoints for each blank in the outline.
SUBPOINTS AND SUB-SUBPOINTS
I. There are several symptoms of frostbite.
Another method of warming is to lightly cover the affected areas with warm towels.
If you take the wrong steps in treating frostbite, you can cause permanent damage to the affected areas.
As frostbite develops, the skin first changes to a grayish-yellow color.
First, get the victim indoors as quickly as possible.
II. The key to treating frostbite is knowing what to do and what not to do.
When the affected area becomes flushed, discontinue warming and have the victim gently exercise them to stimulate circulation
Second, do not rub or message the affected areas.
Once the victim is indoors, warm the affected areas until they become flushed.
As frostbite intensifies, the affected areas feel extremely cold, turn numb, and may turn from a grayish yellow to a bluish color.
If you take the right steps in treating frostbite, you can usually prevent damage to the affected areas.
Third, do not break any blisters that may have formed.
One method of warming is to immerse the affected areas in warm water.
In severe cases, the frostbite victim may experience mental confusion and impaired judgement.
First, do not apply hot water or strong heat