Baby and Child Emergency First Aid Handbook
Mitchell J. Einzig
Meadowbrook Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 85 pages
When an emergency occurs, don't panic--pick up this user-friendly book. Designed to help parents get clear, concise, easy-to-follow directions in seconds, the handbook provides crystal-clear, step-by-step, illustrated instructions for the 34 most common childhood emergencies. 200 2-color illustrations.
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16-BREATHING/CARDIAC EMERGENCY 20-BREATHING/CARDIAC 20-BREATHING/CARDIAC EMERGENCY abdominal thrusts adhesive bandages and/or develops pale Antihistamines begin CPR bite breastbone breathing and check BREATHING/CARDIAC EMERGENCY burned area calamine lotion call your doctor check the pulse Child Age 1-8 child's breathing Choking For Unconscious clammy skin clean dressing conscious cool cough CPR if needed difficulty breathing dislodge and remove doctor or take DON'TS emergency facility emergency first-aid emergency number immediately extended object faint and/or develops feel for breathing first-aid steps follow the first-aid give your child head injury help arrives hooked index finger Hypothermia lap for support neck NEED TO KNOW nose Observe your child's page 16-BREATHING/CARDIAC EMERGENCY page 20-BREATHING/CARDIAC pain Place 2 fingers PROFESSIONAL HELP rapid pulse remove the object rescue breathing shallow breathing SIGNS & SYMPTOMS sling splint Syrup of ipecac take your child thigh or lap thumb and index try to dislodge Unconscious Infant vomiting wet clothing wound