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  • 1st-Aid for Choking
    1st-Aid for Choking - includes first aid steps for treating adult, child, and infant victims of choking.

  • Choking First Aid Methods
    The Heimlich maneuver is a simple and effective on choking victims when used by itself.

  • Choking (for conscious infant under 1 year)
    Occasionally an object will enter the lung instead of being expelled. While the victim may appear to improve and breathe normally, in a few days signs and symptoms of a foreign body in the lung will appear such as, wheezing , persistent cough , and pneumonia . If this happens, get medical help immediately.

  • Choking Prevention and First Aid
    When children begin eating table foods, parents must be aware of the dangers and risks of choking. Older infants and children under age four can easily choke on food and small objects.

  • Food Safety: Preventing Choking and Food Poisoning
    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), choking rates are highest for babies under one year old. The majority of kids’ choking injuries are caused by food. There are three basic steps in keeping kids safe from choking...

  • Infant First Aid for Choking
    Instructions for children under age 1. To find out what to do when a toddler chokes.

  • Preventing Choking Among Infants and Young Children
    Many infants and children die each year from choking. These deaths can be prevented if parents and care givers watch their children more closely and keep dangerous toys, foods, and household items out of their reach.

  • Preventing Choking Among Infants and Young Children
    Many infants and children die each year from choking. These deaths can be prevented if parents and care givers watch their children more closely and keep dangerous toys, foods, and household items out of their reach.


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