If a baby or child has croup:
- Sit them on your knee.
- Reassure them.
- Call 999 if croup is severe and they have a high temperature, as it could be epiglottitis.
The primary survey is a quick way to find out how to treat any life threating conditions a baby may have using DRABC. Learn what to do.
If a baby is not responding to you and not breathing normally, you will need to call 999 or 112 for emergency help and start CPR straight away. Learn what to do.
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