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First aid page

Choking/CPR page

Stinging Insects Remove the stinger as soon as possible with a scraping motion using a firm item (such as the edge of a credit card). Put a cold compress on the bite to relieve the pain. If trouble breathing; fainting; swelling of lips, face, or throat; or hives over the entire body occurs, call 911 or your local emergency ­number right away. For hives in a small area, nausea, or vomiting, call the pediatrician. For spider bites, call the pediatrician or Poison Help (1-800-222-1222). Have the pediatrician check any bites that become red, warm, swollen, or painful.

Animal or Human Bites Wash the wound well with soap and water. Call the pediatrician. The child may need a ­tetanus or rabies shot or antibiotics.

Ticks Use tweezers or your fingers to grasp as close as possible to...

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