TRANSPORT. SAFETY AND ECOLOGY. LOGISTICS AND MANAGEMENT
The statistics demonstrate that giving the qualified first aid at the scene before admission is is significantly less frequently than would be expected.
Medical care at the pre-hospital stage is of particular importance in cases of manifest circulatory and respiration disturbances, clinical death, bleeding, fractures, when a failure or delay to render assistance quickly leads to a significant deterioration of the body condition and even death.
The majority of the victims die at the pre-hospital stage, resulting in high importance of qualified first aid in the first moments after injury