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How first aid could save a diabetics life.

If you know a bit of first aid this could save a diabetics life in an emergency.

PRLog - Apr. 5, 2013 - LONDON, U.K. -- First Aid Courses Covering Diabetes : Diabetes is one of the fastest growing medical conditions in both Europe and America. Individuals who have diabetes generally control the condition very effectively. Occasionally diabetics may need emergency intervention where the individuals life can be at risk. The knowledge required to help an individual in this situation can be learned by attending a first aid course.

Diabetics generally have two types of emergency. The most common form of emergency for a diabetic is extremely low blood sugar level, a condition called hypoglycaemia. This can be potentially be life threatening and may require immediate first aid treatment. This state is usually as a result of over exertion, missed meals or taking too much insulin. Also a condition called hyperglycaemia can develop, where the blood sugar level becomes extremely high, can occur in an undiagnosed diabetic, where the signs and symptoms can include severe dehydration, constant tiredness and lack of energy.

GK First Aid Training deliver a variety of first aid courses at any location. Courses other than first aid can be delivered such as COSHH training and can be tailored to the specific needs of each company.GK deliver a quality service at an affordable price.First aid courses can be offered to a variety of sectors such as construction, office sector and industry. One of the advantages of having the training delivered at your workplace, is that you can select the best date suitable for your company. Group training can be delivered for upto 12 delegates at a time. First aid courses can be for 3 hours, 1 day and 3 day duration. GK First Aid Training’s courses are Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and comply with the syllabus for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

The number of diabetics worldwide is increasing rapidly.

For more information, or to book a first aid course, visit http://gkfirstaidtraining.co.uk.

PR Contact Information:

Mark Cody
Development Manager
GK Safety
admin@gkfirstaidtraining.co.uk
0800-774-7034

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Last Updated:Apr 05, 2013
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