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How to Save Choking Children: A First Aid Management

Choking is an emergency situation in infants, children, or adults because it may cause airway obstruction that could lead to cardiopulmonary arrest. A large piece of meat is most often the cause of choking in adults. For children, most especially ages 1 – 3, they are very susceptible because they may put anything inside their mouths, including coins, toys, etc. that could partially or totally occlude their ...

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Rescuing the Skin: A First-aid Management of Dermatologic Conditions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9eKymkW8TY The skin is the body’s first layer of protection. A broken or damage skin puts the person at risk for infection. Therefore, it is very important to recognize the initial management in cases that the skin is injured. Here are helpful managements for some common dermatologic conditions: Sunburn Sunburns are considered to be first-degree burns caused by overexposure ...

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Warning Signs of Endometrial Cancer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bui70oHeR3I Endometrial cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting women. It affects the upper lining of the uterus, which is a pear shape, hollow organ in the pelvic area where the fetus grows and develops. The cancer is characterized by an abnormal uterine bleeding which helps in diagnosing the condition at its early stage. The cause of endometrial cancer is unknown, ...

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What You Can Do To Relieve Heat Rashes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIVZSPXzPwI Heat rashes are a kind of inflammatory skin condition that is caused by an obstruction of the ducts of sweat glands. This results in the exposure of the skin to temperature level. As a result, the humidity will cause the eruption of small red papules that are accompanied by an itching or prickling sensation. Heat rash is also known as prickly heat or miliaria. Heat ...

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First Aid Guide to Frostbite

Frostbite is the condition of the skin caused due to freezing of the skin when it is exposed to very cold temperatures. It often starts with mild symptoms and can eventually progress to a severe, limb-threatening condition. Frostbite is considered mild when it is either red or painful or is white and numb. In case of severe frostbite, there is blistering of the skin or occurrence of hardened skin due to fro ...

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