Baby First-aid Training

Baby First-aid Training

The training prepares the parent to recognize and handle the hazards occurring around the little ones. In an emergency situation, staying calm, knowing what to do, and being able to realize the emergency may strongly influence the outcome. This training teaches starting-, future-, or readily practicing mothers with infants to be able to provide first-aid and apply the knowledge in a more confident and relaxed manner.


  • emergency call

  • sudden infant mortality

  • breathing sensor

  • rescue breathing, reanimation practice

  • freeing airways

  • rescue breathing

  • chest (heart) compressions

  • emergency conditions:

  • foreign object in airways, swallowed or inhaled objects

  • unconsciousness

  • diabetes at infancy

  • fever

  • measuring body temperature, cooling a fever

  • febrile seizures

  • accidents, treatment of injuries

  • stopping, restricting a flow of blood: arterial, venous, capillary

  • cut, smashed, rubbed off, punctured, bitten, bruised

  • injuries:

  • emergency treatment of fractures

  • injuries to the skull, concussion, injuries to the head, spine injuries

  • treatment of ocular lesions

  • injuries to the chest, abdomen

  • severed body parts, lost tooth

  • foreign object

  • scalding, burns, electric shock

  • Poisoning:

  • chemical, corrosive poisoning

  • drug (medication) poisoning

  • poisonous plants

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