Combining clear, up to date information with real life images and diagrams, the range of first aid training books are renowned for making learning as simple as possible Not only are the trusted provider of learning materials for over 8 million people throughout the UK, they are the exclusive supplier for the NHS Ambulance Service training department and other well established organisations such as Royal Mail and Nuffield Health Written by an experienced Paramedic and the UKs leading first aid author, Nigel Barraclough, the CPR and AED First Aid Made Easy book perfectly complements a variety of courses about Automated External Defibrillators and is suitable for all makes of AED With its logical and easy to understand layout, this comprehensive guide to resuscitation and automated external defibrillation features an emergency index on the cover to allow you to quickly find what you are looking for Topics covered include AED safety, CPR, Choking adult, child baby , Child AED use, Heart attack, Angina, plus much.

8 thoughts on “CPR and AED First Aid Made Easy: A Comprehensive Guide to Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation

  1. Bill Gabriola-Watson Bill Gabriola-Watson says:

    great book easy to understand

  2. Jm Gubbins Jm Gubbins says:

    Both booklets arrived together,early arrival and in good condition as said before, was expecting of a book than a pamphlet but onformation appears all covered.

  3. Gyroman Gyroman says:

    Good Booklet but thin for the money

  4. Richard S. Richard S. says:

    Good explanation on defibrillation.

  5. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    Really simple small book Only purchased as it was a required read although I am not sure why There are much better and value for money books out there

  6. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    Did the job Plenty detail

  7. catherine norgrove catherine norgrove says:

    ordered another one for the ward to help as memory refresher

  8. Burma Star Burma Star says:

    Having had some training I wanted to make sure I had a reference point to remind me in the future should I ever need to use a AED.