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A Life, a Finger, a Pea Up a Nose

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Based on the enormously popular CPR Kids First Aid program, which has empowered thousands of families around Australia. From resuscitation, broken bones, choking and drowning to allergies, breathing problems and everything in between, this essential guide equips parents with skills to help your precious little ones safely and effectively in the event of a medical emergency.Easy-to-follow step-by-step advice, nurse- and parent-tested methods and clear illustrations will show you how to: assess a situation and stay calm, treat an injury in a child-friendly way, recognise warning signs that show your child has a serious illness, know when to get help, and make your home child-safe.The information in this book is a trusted compilation of best practices from Australia's peak clinical bodies-including the Australian Resuscitation Council, ASICA, Australian Venom Research Unit -and valuable case studies from Australian parents.'Every home must have this book' Maggie Dent, parenting author, educator, speaker

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Publisher: HarperCollins

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781460707876
  • File size: 9314 KB
  • Release date: August 21, 2017

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781460707876
  • File size: 9314 KB
  • Release date: August 21, 2017

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OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

Based on the enormously popular CPR Kids First Aid program, which has empowered thousands of families around Australia. From resuscitation, broken bones, choking and drowning to allergies, breathing problems and everything in between, this essential guide equips parents with skills to help your precious little ones safely and effectively in the event of a medical emergency.Easy-to-follow step-by-step advice, nurse- and parent-tested methods and clear illustrations will show you how to: assess a situation and stay calm, treat an injury in a child-friendly way, recognise warning signs that show your child has a serious illness, know when to get help, and make your home child-safe.The information in this book is a trusted compilation of best practices from Australia's peak clinical bodies-including the Australian Resuscitation Council, ASICA, Australian Venom Research Unit -and valuable case studies from Australian parents.'Every home must have this book' Maggie Dent, parenting author, educator, speaker

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