First Aid Chart for Acid Reflux

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First aid refers to the immediate assistance given to any person who has been injured or struck down by illness. First aid is intended to preserve life and prevent the person from deteriorating further until formal medical personnel arrive.

The chart included below provides information on first aid for acid reflux.

Our charts can be downloaded and printed in A2 size or smaller.

First Aid for Reflux Chart

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Other Resources

Check out the video below for more information on how to identify and manage symptoms of acid reflux:

The following resources are also available for your reading pleasure:

And for our full suite of downloadable resources, head to our First Aid Chart library.

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