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Skin rash should be considered s a fourth key sign of Covid-19
Skin rash should be considered s a fourth key sign of Covid-19

Skin rash should be considered s a fourth key sign of Covid-19

17th Jul 2020
by BC

Skin rash should be considered as a fourth key sign of COVID-19

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COVID-19 Content: An AHA Compendium
COVID-19 Content: An AHA Compendium

COVID-19 Content: An AHA Compendium

16th Apr 2020
by BC

  The American Heart Association is working to ensure optimal care for patients with cardiovascular disease who contract coronavirus (COVID-19). Patients with underlying cardiovascular...

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Covid-19 ALERT Signs
Covid-19 ALERT Signs

Covid-19 ALERT Signs

29th Mar 2020
by Brian Carlin

We have developed some ALERT signs that can be used by anyone who would like to let their family, friends and neighbours know if they need help or not.  There are 3 signs, each with a...

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BLS Courses online
BLS Courses online

BLS Courses online

16th Mar 2020
by Brian Carlin

We have made the decision to postpone the course that was due to take place on 18th March - but the face-to-face course on April 15th is still due to go ahead - but we will monitor the...

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Coronavirus affect on courses
Coronavirus affect on courses

Coronavirus affect on courses

15th Mar 2020
by Brian Carlin

Due to the current advice from the government and HSE we have decide to postpone the face-to-face courses in March  We will be offering the online courses as normal as a compromise and...

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'It was the scariest three minutes of my life' - mum's warning after son almost died in peanut accident
'It was the scariest three minutes of my life' - mum's warning after son almost died in peanut accident

'It was the scariest three minutes of my life' - mum's warning after son almost died in peanut accident

15th Aug 2019
by Immediate Care Training

Anaphylaxis close call

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