Troop On-line Activity #30 - Cold Emergencies
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
A book never written: “Outdoor Necessities” by Carrie A. Hatchet.
Saying (to think about)
There is never time to do it right but always time to do it over.
Cold Emergencies (Frostbite and Hypothermia)

Below is a St. John Ambulance (SJA) handout about Cold Emergencies (Frostbite and Hypothermia). Read through it then answer the questions below. One thing to note, while the handout does not say it directly, Severe Hypothermia is a medical emergency (unconcious and slow or absent breathing) so you should call 911.
1) Check off the box next to a sign/symptom of frostbite (either mild or deep). There may be more then one correct answer.next to the right answer.
2 points
2) Check off the box next to a recommended treatment (or way to prevent) for frostbite (either mild or deep). There may be more then one correct answer.
3 points
3) Check off the box next to a sign/symptom of hypothermia (either mild, moderate or severe). There may be more then one correct answer.
2 points
4) Check off the box next to a recommended treatment for hypothermia (either mild, moderate or severe). There may be more then one correct answer.
2 points
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