Volume II is all wrapped up. It contains the latest AHA CPR guidelines including the use of an AED on infants and toddlers. Has chapters on child proofing, poisoning, croup, fever, seizures, dehydration, vomiting, choking, CPR and use of an AED, etc.
Again, thoroughly worthwhile, and a good conversation starter about health, emergencies, and safety in the house. I’ll probably give them a second watch before they need to go back. 13 months ago
I checked out a great first aid series they had at the library. Isak and I watched Volume I together and then had a productive conversation about what to do in an emergency. We went over phone numbers, our address and directions here, when and how to call emergency services, and the different kinds of scenarios that came up in the DVD.
Isak asked that we make an emergency list just for him, and we’re going to consolidate a proper first aid kit (we have nearly everything, it’s just in bits and pieces). We already have a fantastic kit in the car because M. is the first aid guy at work, but maybe I’ll go over some of his course materials too.
Volume I deals with:
- Accident proofing the Home
- Heat Exhaustion
- Emergency Medical Services
- Electrical Shock
- Heat Stroke
- Car seat safety
- Nose Injuries
- Head Injuries
I’ll try to watch the second part, which is on illnesses, later this week.
Quite a worthwhile watch (which, coincidentally was 43 minutes). 14 months ago