Child care and first aid go hand in hand when taking care of chicken pox, burns, scrapes and common colds. Discover a few simple tricks to care for sick children with this free video series on kid's first aid.
The term “first aid” refers to the immediate care that is provided to an injured or sick person. It is used to stabilize a patient until further medical treatment and assessment can be provided at a hospital or care facility. For most of us, a first-aid kit is used primarily to treat minor medical emergencies, like small cuts or burns. But it is important to keep a first-aid kit stocked with supplies you use regularly as well as those items you might use until EMS can help. In addition to a first-aid kit, knowing what to do in emergency situations is a key part of treating injuries. Knowledge of how to roll an injured person to safety or help a person having an epileptic seizure may not be included in a first-aid kit, but might just save a life.
In this free video series on first aid and child care, a registered nurse offers advice for taking care of cuts, scrapes, burns and children's illnesses. Find out how to treat burns, boils and aches, and get tips on boosting a child's immune system. Care for sick infants and toddlers, taking their temperature and applying cool compresses, and discover a few tricks to stay healthy while caring for sick family members.
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