How to help a choking baby, according to a paediatric first aid expert

Undertaking a first aid course is highly recommended for both parents-to-be and new parents. But, the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown has left access to these courses limited. 

Knowing what to do when a child chokes is a particularly useful skill. No matter how careful you are, children aged one to five often put small objects in their mouths and so knowing how to help your child – and when to call an ambulance – is key.

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