Tag Archives: First Aid Courses Bucks and Berks

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Diabetes: How to recognise hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemia (high blood sugar)

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What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a condition where someone is unable to control the blood sugar (glucose) levels in their body. The body produces the hormone insulin which helps the body burn of sugars. If someone’s body has problems with insulin production, they will develop diabetes. Recognising Diabetes Often people do not know they have…

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Burns: What to do

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Burns are common, painful and life changing injuries that can occur under many circumstances, in and out of the workplace. There are lots of myths out there about how to deal with a burn. You may have heard of putting butter on burns. However, any oily substances keep the heat in. So, this will not…

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Meningitis is a fatal disease that can develop very quickly and can lead to long term complications such as deafness, limb loss and severe brain damage. It can happen to anyone at any age. It is super important that you recognise any early signs and symptoms and get medical help quickly. Meningitis is an infection…

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Paediatric First Aid Course

Busy, Busy week of First Aid Courses

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We have had a busy and interesting week teaching First Aid Courses to staff from local businesses in High Wycombe and the surrounding areas in Buckinghamshire. We taught a range of First Aid Courses, and these Included Emergency First Aid at Work Courses for individuals and local businesses in High Wycombe and Marlow, Paediatric First…

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hypothermia blog


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During the winter months it is important to look after yourselves from the dangers of cold weather. Infants, the elderly and frail are the most vulnerable. However, anyone can suffer from hypothermia and it can be serious. Hypothermia occurs when a person’s body temperature drops from the normal 37C to below 35C. Hypothermia can be…

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