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In case of an emergency, the average bystander needs to have basic first aid training to be able to act without panic   » » » 
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Every single year over 3,000 people die from choking incidents – most of which are children. What steps can we take to help reduce the risk to our kids? The obvious preventative measure for young children is to make sure there is nothing within reach for your child to choke on! Avoiding toys with small […]

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Being ready for a medical emergency is always important in any given setting. Trauma & casualty simulation when training, however, can be crucial for military and official personnel or even civilian training for high-risk settings such as a factory. Dealing with trauma emergencies can be much more efficient if people are knowledgeable and properly trained. […]

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A woman walks past. Her arms are covered in black & blue bruises and swollen veins. She is being abused. By her fellow classmates. Learning how to insert a catheter. Gone are the days where paramedic students needed to practice venipuncture on each other. Gone are the days of amateurs sticking you with needles. This […]

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