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declamation piece for grade 1

bigkas na piraso para sa 2 grado

Last Update: 2014-08-13
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grade 4 msep lesson guid

grade 4 msep aralin GUID

Last Update: 2014-08-14
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the rice myth story Bohol grade 7

the rice myth tagalog version

Last Update: 2014-08-14
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type full sentencCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation e in your langageCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation

CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation type full sentencCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation e in your langageCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Last Update: 2014-08-09
Subject: General
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chamber theater sample pieces

kamara teatro sample na piraso

Last Update: 2014-08-06
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
Usage Frequency: 3
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definition of bone and shred into pieces

isa isahin

Last Update: 2014-07-31
Subject: General
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MERCY BAÑADORA WASNT ABLE TO REPORT TO WORK ON JULY 5, 2014 DUE TO SWELLING OF HER EYES..AS HER INFO, YESTERDAY NIGHT (JULY 4), WHILE PROESSING ON MANUAL SOLDERING A PIECE OF SOLDER WAS SPLASHED ON THE EDGE OF HER EYES. SHE THOUGHT THAT IT WAS NOT SERIOUS KAYA SHE WAS NOT ABLE TO REPORT TO PC, PGL OR AZ LL.. BUT WHEN SHE GOT HOME HER EYES TURNS TO RED AND IT IS IRRITATED. ..AS FOR HER INFO SHE WILL GO BACK TO WORK ON JULY 8, 2014.

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-07-07
Subject: General
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snapped in 2 pieces or more, broken

napigtas

Last Update: 2014-06-04
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