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Providing everyday medical assistance to guide people with the use of First Aid Treatment. Our informational guides iterate through the most common injuries that are expected throughout your lifetime. First Aid Pocket Guide’s experts dedicate time and effort to developing the most advanced, informational health articles on the web.

Check your symptoms, see why the condition started, and begin to improve your lifestyle. The training and knowledge of our fully illustrated pocket guides will help prepare you for basic treatments to life-saving events. See how FAPG diagnoses and treats medical conditions that you may be experiencing. Whether its cuts, burns, poisoning, fractures or any other injury prevalent with your symptom, we’ll do our best in assisting you.

Topic Our Guides Cover:

  • Bleeding
  • Breathing
  • Burns
  • Choking
  • CPR
  • First Aid Kit
  • Heart attack
  • Packing Supplies for first aid
  • Seizures
  • Stroke

All First Aid Pocket Guides features:

  • Uncomplicated, easy-to-read pocket guides
  • Medical dictionary on terminology
  • Carefully researched facts about health
  • specifically designed emergency reference sources
  • In-depth coverage on First Aid Kits

Connect to our research and education, discover advanced patient care for emergency situations. Explore our medical resources, training education, and helpful advice through our easy-to-understand First Aid Guides on the different types of First Aid. Our online information to help you during a medical emergency crisis.

First Aid Pocket Guides characteristics cover a wide range, including comfort, perspective, emotional, physical, and advice that help your emergency.

Steps to the Essential Basic First Aid Care:

  1. Call Emergency Care immediately.
  2. Pay close attention to the most crucial problems. First be sure the airway is not obstructed and open for clear breathing. Second determine if the victim is bleeding or not, and third make sure the blood flow is be dispersed properly throughout the body from the heart.
  3. Do not move victim, keep as comfortable and warm as possible. If you have to move victim be sure to move as little as possible particularly due to possible fractures or broken bones.
  4. If the victim is conscious – Communicate with them about previous injuries, heart conditions, allergic reactions, and anything else health related that may conflict with the rehab of the injury. Be sure to get as many specific details and information as possible to prevent further injury when first aid is applied.
  5. If the victim is unconscious – Look for anything relating to past health conditions as in prescription bottles, a health bracelet or necklace, or a medical identification card.
  6. If victim is purging move head slightly to the side to prevent choking.