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Paediatric Common Illnesses

This is an audio description of the most common children’s illnesses with advice on what to look out for and what you should do.

Click on the audio recording giving information on the most common concerns parents have about children's illnesses. You can clcik at any point on the bar to hear recordings further on as listed below.

The recording will give advice on their symptoms as well as advice on what action would be necessary.

 

 

The recording will cover the following topics:

1. CPR - Cardiopulmonary resusitation

2. CPR for Babies under 1

3 Abdominal Wounds

4. Alcohol Poisoning

5. Amputation

6. Anaphylactic Shock

7. Animal Bites

8. Appendicitis

9. Asthma

 

10. Bleeding

11. Breath Holding

12. Broken Arm

13. Broke Collar Bone

14. Broke Leg

16. Broken Hand

16. Broken Jaw

17. Broken Nose

18. Broken Pelvis

19. Broken Rib

20. Bruise's and Swelling

21. Burns and Scalds

22. Chemical Bums to the Skin

23. Chest Wounds

24. Chest Wounds

25. Choking

26. Concussion

27. Cooling Babies

28. Cooling Children

29. Croup

30. Crush Injury

31. Cuts and Grazes

32. Diabetic Emergency

33. Drowning

34. Drug Poisoning

35. Earache

36. Electrical Burns

37. Electrical Injury

38. Embedded Oqects

39. Epileptic Seizures

40. External Ear Bleeding

41. Eye Wounds

42. Fainting

43. Fever

44. Fibrile Seizures

45. Foreign Objects in the Ear

46. Foreign Objects in the Eye

47. Fume Inhalation

48. Heat Exhaustion

49. hat Rash

50. Heat Stroke

51. Hypothermia

52. Hypothermia in Babies

53. Infection Wounds

54. Inhaled Foreign Objects

55. Insect in the Ear

56. Insect Stings

57. Internal Bleeding

58. Internal Ear Bleeding

59. Knee Injuries

60. Knocked out Tooth

61. Meningitis

62. Mouth Injury

63. Nose Bleeds

64. The Recover Position

65. Scalp Wounds

66. Shock

67. Ku ll Fracture

68. Splinter

69. Sprained Ankle

70. Stomach—ache

71. Strangulation

72. Suffocation

73. Sunburn

74. Swallowed Chemicals

75. Swallowed Objects

76. Toothache

77. Trapped Fingers

78. Childhood Illnesses

79. Bronchiolitis

80. Chicken Pox

81. Cold Sores

82. Cradle Cap

83. Ear Wax Blockage

84. German Measles

85. Had Lice

86. Intestinal Worms

87. Measles

88. Middle Ear Infection

89. Mumps

90. Thrush

91. Tonsillitis

92. Preventing Accidents

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