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You should do the following if you discover a person experiencing a medical emergency:
- Survey the scene to ensure it is safe for you to approach the victim.
- If the person is experiencing a medical emergency, call University Police at 711 or 410-706-3333 for help.
- When you call University Police, be prepared to provide the following information:
- Your name and the phone number you are calling from.
- Victim’s location.
- What happened and the nature of the emergency.
- Number of persons needing help and any special conditions.
- Victim’s condition.
If you are trained in First Aid and/or CPR, you may proceed with treating the victim according to your training.
If the event is a cardiac arrest and you are trained on the proper use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), proceed with obtaining the AED unit and treating the victim according to your training.