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Pediatric First Aid & Safety Center

Child safety issues range from prevention of hazards such as choking, drowning or poisoning to knowing the proper first aid techniques. Parents should learn CPR in case of an emergency. Safety equipment includes bike helmets, knee pads and correctly installed car seats. Children must also be are especially prone to sunburn, heat-related illness and frostbite.

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