First Aid for Families
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Mar 7, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 236 pages
Essential first aid information for every parent or caregiver from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the international authority on child health and well-being. The ability to provide basic care for an injured or ill child is a fundamental skill set that every parent or guardian should have. In most cases, situations that require first aid are not life threatening and can be managed with simple, commonsense procedures; the key for parents and other family members is have access to this information when they need it. Developed by experts at the American Academy of Pediatrics, First Aid for Families: A Parent’s Guide to Safe and Healthy Kids provides immediate access to vital first aid information on a range of common childhood illnesses and emergencies. This essential home resource gives parents the confidence they need to provide timely and appropriate care. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
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12 Heat and ColdRelated Injuries
13 Eye Injuries
14 Oral Injuries
15 What Can I Do to Keep My Child Safe?
Appendix A Common Childhood Illnesses
Appendix B First Aid Supply List
9 Bites and Stings
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abdominal thrusts Aid Care Aid TIP allergen allergic reaction anaphylaxis auto-injector baby baby’s bandage bite Black widow spider bleeding blisters body fluids bone burn call EMS car safety chest compressions child has signs Child May Return choking clean cloth cold pack cough damage diaper diarrhea epinephrine Evaluate the Situation febrile seizure fever Fifth disease Figure germs give first aid gloves head injury Heatstroke hypoglycemia infection Keep Your Child Know life-threatening listen for signs Look and listen loss of responsiveness medical gloves medical provider medicine mouth muscle nose notice a child pain Parents or primary Pediatric First Aid pinworms Possible Cause primary caregiver rash rescue breathing Return to School School or Child seizure serious Six Steps skin spinal injury spread staff should decide Steps of Pediatric sting stool swelling syrup of ipecac teeth Tell parents temperature tetanus throat tick tissue trouble breathing unresponsive vomiting wound