A Parent's Guide to First Aid
This on-the-spot and easy-to-use reference helps parents and caregivers -- often the first people on the scene when something happens to a child -- deal safely and confidently with the most common mishaps that befall children. The basics of emergency procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the Heimlich maneuver are demonstrated. An A-to-Z listing of the most common situations requiring immediate care is provided, cross-referenced to help parents find the right information quickly. Instructions for preparing a first-aid kit are included, along with general pointers on prevention and safe travel with kids.
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