A short description on what shock is, is inadequate circulation. If a patient is going into shock and it isn’t treated, the danger is it could become life-threatening.
Babies and “firsts” go hand-in-hand. First words, first steps, first tooth, first smile… but what about first fever, first injury, first aid? Of course I hope that these baby first aid firsts never happen to you. But please be prepared, just in case.
Hi and welcome to my first ever blog! I’m so thrilled to be presenting this to you, so many things are now a reality that I can barely contain my excitement!
Little Aid has gone online so I thought it made sense to explain why and what lead me to take Little Aid down this road.
When we think poisoning we usually conjure up thoughts of items such as cleaning products, pills and even vomiting.
But it goes much, much further than that!
Babies and young children are particularly venerable to poisoning for two reasons. They
Does your child freak out at the sight of blood? An injury often isn’t that bad unless they see that bright red blood right? Here’s one way to help them calm down…
That red towel you might have (or
If you have a child with an allergy, make sure that you tell everyone that they come into contact with about their condition and requirements