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Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
First aid box contents
Who to call in case of emergencies
What to do when your baby chokes
CPR for infant and children
What to do in Emergency Situations
Basic Dressing Bandaging Techniques
First Aid for Fall, Obstructions in the nose and ears, Bites and stings, Splinters, Bruises, Poisoning, Electrical injuries, Sprains, strains & dislocations, Bleeding and much, much more.
Winston Mendiola and Richmond Jabar are both Emergency Medical Technicianscurrently serving the Pasig City Emergency Rescue Team. They are licensed instructors from the American Safety & Health Institute and American Heart Association with over 7 years experience in first aid and rescue with countless experience in non-clinical first aid ranging from lego blocks stuck in a child’s throat, to drowning babies, fall, animal bites, and other bizarre cases. Both are also volunteer firefighters. One of the best credentials of Winston is that he is also a Dad, so he understands parents’ concerns regarding their kids’ safety.