Definitions

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  • noun Someone who can administer first aid

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Paramedics say that the gravest mistake a first-aider might make here is to act too hastily.

    How to Administer First Aid to a Victim of Automobile Accident

  • But you could have done very little, first-aider or not, to help, and your first human instinct, having checked yourself over for missing limbs, hands, was to save yourself and let the professionals do their job.

    Revenge & Forgiveness

  • Of course, she'd been the office first-aider since that course last year.

    Chase the Morning

  • Those in a stocked public fallout shelter would have available the basic medical kit stored there, and perhaps one or more shelter occupants might be a doctor, nurse, or trained first-aider.

    In Time of Emergency A Citizen's Handbook on Nuclear Attack, Natural Disasters (1968)

  • In a slum area, a volunteer first-aider dressed the wounds of a girl who had been trapped in rubble.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In a slum area, a volunteer first-aider dressed the wounds of a girl who had been trapped in rubble.

    BBC - Ouch

  • The keen first-aider raised the boy's leg to slow the bleeding, while another neighbour dialled 999.

    EMSResponder.com: Top EMS News

  • A first-aider was called, then a doctor, then an ambulance.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • 'I went down because someone called for a first-aider but when I got there the paramedics had already arrived.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Am a little distracted as am working for my "secouriste" certificate today and tomorrow - this is a French government scheme and is a bit more than becoming a first-aider.

    janestheone

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