Useful Videos

Please enjoy this library of useful videos for you to browse and share.

 

These videos are either our own or have been provided by kind permission from the manufacturer, or the trusted healthcare professionals that we work with.

 

How to put someone into the recovery position

This short information video courtesy of the Epilepsy Society is a step-by-step guide to putting someone in the recovery position.

 

The recovery position can help someone recover after a tonic clonic (convulsive) seizure. These steps should be followed once the shaking (convulsing) has stopped.

   

What is Diabetes? | Diabetes UK

There are two main types of diabetes, known as Type 1 and Type 2. Both types are lifelong health conditions.

 

There are 4.05 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK and an estimated 549,000 people who have the condition but don't know it. By kind permission, Diabetes UK have shared this short information video with us for you to find out more (8.5 minutes):

 

www.diabetes.org.uk

www.twitter.com/diabetesuk

i-gel® from Intersurgical Ltd

This impressive i-gel® supraglottic airway device from Intersurgical Ltd in Berkshire is proving popular with customers.

 

By kind permission, they have shared this short information video with us for you to find out more (8.5 minutes).

 

i-gel® is a registered trademark of Intersurgical Ltd. For even more information, videos and downloads, please visit their website:

 

www.intersurgical.com/info/igel?

 

Emerade adrenaline auto-injector pens

Emerade is an adrenaline auto-injector used for the emergency treatment of severe acute allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) to foods, medicines or insect stings. It can also be used for exercise induced anaphylaxis. If you experience anaphylaxis, use your Emerade immediately.

 

Emerade is a Prescription only Medicine and is available in Sweden, the Netherlands, the UK, Ireland and Germany.

 

For more information, please visit their website:

 

www.emerade-bausch.co.uk

'Staying Alive' from the British Heart Foundation

Vinnie Jones shows how hard and fast Hands-only CPR to Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees can help save the life of someone who has had a cardiac arrest.

 

'Staying Alive' (kid's spoof) from the British Heart Foundation

 

12-year-old Mini Vinnie, Brenock O'Connor, shows us how Hands-only CPR can save a life if you push hard and fast in the centre of the chest, to the beat of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees, when someone is in cardiac arrest.

 

Videos courtesy of The British Heart Foundation:

 

www.bhf.org.uk

 

Please note: First Response would always recommend the gold standard of CPR.

Information video from First Response

This is a short video on what we do at First Response Resuscitation and First Aid Training Ltd.

 

 

You might also like our A-Z of fist aid signs, symptoms and treatments. Please feel free to browse all topics.

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