A Sigh of Relief: The First-aid Handbook for Childhood Emergencies
The most complete guide available for all common childhood emergencies and illnesses has been completely updated to combine the best features of the previous editions with important innovations to both content and presentation. Step-by-step instructions are printed in extra-large type. Thumb-indexed. Two-color drawings throughout.
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Preface by Stephen Ludwig M D
Parents Children Accidents
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911 or Operator abuse affected area ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION aspirin back injury bike BITES bleeding blisters Breathing and Circulation Burning calamine lotion Check the child's CHECKING THE ABCs chest child's ABCs Airway chin clean cloth cold compresses Consult your doctor CONTINUED cough crib CUTS & WOUNDS dangerous DATE PHYSICIAN Diphtheria emergency equipment fever fingers first-aid gently give 2 slow give the child gloves before starting Haemophilus Influenza Type HEAD INJURIES HEAD-TILT/CHIN-LIFT HEART FAILURE hypothermia IMPORTANT Seek medical infant infection legs lungs medical aid immediately mouth Nausea neck or back Never nose Observe for SHOCK OLDER CHILD pain parents Poison Control Center possible protect pulse put on sterile remove rescue breathing safe safety seat Seek medical aid SIGH OF RELIEF SIGNS & SYMPTOMS skin SNAKEBITE starting first aid sterile latex gloves swelling swimming temperature tetanus toys unconscious Vomiting Wash your hands youngster