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Emergencies and First Aid
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The Top 10 First Aid and Emergency Care Procedures:
· Childbirth
· Moving a Person With a Suspected Back Injury
· Recovery Position
· Removing a Fishhook
· Removing a Speck From the Eye
· Removing a Stuck Ring
· Bleeding
· Broken Bones
· Choking
· Cardiopulmonary

Do you know what to do when your child is choking? How do you stop a nosebleed? Are you prepared for all the emergencies that could occur to your family and loved ones? Wouldn't it be great if you had easy-to-read instructions to follow when a medical emergency happens in your home. Click below for specially prepared sheets that you can print out and keep handy for use at any time.

Emergency Checklist

Basic Lifesaving Techniques:

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

Medical Identification Tags

A Well-Stocked First-Aid Kit

Emergency Phone Numbers

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