FIRST AID FOR YOUR INFANT AND CHILD by Eric Northrup

FIRST AID FOR YOUR INFANT AND CHILD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Junior lifesaving in the home begins with a safety check list of things not to do or expose your youngsters to, and continues with the equipment you should have on hand, and some general information on home care for the sick room, etc. But the major part of the book consists of an alphabetical chronology of diseases and disabilities, from bites and burns and black eyes to more serious conditions. In each case, there is what to watch for- or do about it. There is a chart of poisons- and antidotes, along with a miscellany of information on how to handle emotional as well as physical problems, etc.

Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1958
Publisher: Holt