Win a copy of the new first aid manual! (10th edition)

Free first aid manual

To celebrate the release of the updated 10th edition of the UK’s official first aid manual we’re giving away a copy for free!

The First Aid Manual is the UK’s only fully authorised first aid guide, endorsed by St John Ambulance, St Andrew’s First Aid and the British Red Cross and packed with step-by-step first aid advice. Used as the official training manual for the UK’s leading first aid organisations’ courses, the bestselling First Aid Manual covers all aspects of first aid, from emergency first aid and first aid for babies and children, to resuscitation.

To be in a chance of winning your copy, simply answer the following first aid question by leaving a comment on this article.

“What first aid steps should you take if a baby stops breathing?”

All correct answers will be entered into a prize draw. You must submit your answer by Saturday 1st March 2014 and the winner will receive an email shortly after this date.

Unfortunately this is only open to residents of the United Kingdom. Please use the contact form to get in touch with any questions.

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John Furst

JOHN FURST is an experienced emergency medical technician and qualified first aid and CPR instructor. John is passionate about first aid and believes everyone should have the skills and confidence to take action in an emergency situation.

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4 Responses

  1. Ecka6 says:

    I’m assuming that since we’ve discovered that the baby isn’t breathing, that we have followed most of the mnemonic DR ABC, therefore the next step would be to immediately start CPR.
    Start by giving five rescue breaths, which should only be small puffs from your cheeks, not from your lungs. Do this by covering the baby’s mouth and nose with your mouth.
    After this, put two of your fingers in the middle of their chest, and give them 30 chest compressions. After every 30 compressions, give two more rescue breaths.
    If at this point 999 still hasn’t been called because you are alone, call them then resume CPR until the ambulance arrives.

  2. Renefrit says:

    You should see if the baby responds to touch and check for obstructed airways.

  3. Wisamanwer says:

    open air way and do cbr

  4. gael says:

    Sad I cant have 1! 🙁

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