Often in a medical emergency, every second counts. If you want to help, you need to act quickly, but in a calm and considered manner. Use this guide to freshen up your knowledge and perform first aid properly.
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One in two people feel unsure about their ability to help in a medical emergency. This was the finding of a study carried out by Helsana and the Swiss Red Cross. Unfortunately, accidents and emergencies are common everyday occurrences. Each year, around 1.2 million people end up in an emergency ward at least once. All the more important then to know your first-aid ABC. And also to be confident enough to step in and help in an emergency. Because anything is better than doing nothing.
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