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Your patient is breathing, but are they breathing enough? What does it mean if someone’s pupils don’t react to light? Taking observations is an essential part of patient assessment. We will discuss techniques and equipment, from pulse-taking to blood oxygen saturation, and also how to interpret these values.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University First Aid Society series.

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