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Infant CPR

1 Rescuer Infant CPR

 

  • Check for scene safety.
  • Check for responsiveness.
  • If no response SHOUT for help, Send someone to ACTIVATE EMS and get an AED.
  • A – Open the Airway (head-tilt-chin-lift or jaw thrust) Look, Listen, Feel for breath (5 – 10 secs). The head is in a SNIFFING position.                                                                
  • B – Give 2 breaths (give enough breath to make the chest rise).***remember to place your mouth around the nose and mouth.
  • Start CPR 30 compressions and 2 breaths at a rate of 100 compressions per min.

     Use 2 fingers or thumbs encircling the chest position and compress 1/3 to 1/2 depth   

     of chest

  • After 5 cycles of 30:2 if alone ACTIVATE the EMS and get the AED

  

      

 

 

 

 

2 Rescuer Infant CPR   

 

  • Check for scene safety.
  • Check for responsiveness.
  • If no response, SECOND responder to ACTIVATE EMS and get an AED.
  • A – FIRST responder, Open the Airway (head-tilt-chin-lift or Jaw thrust) Look, Listen, Feel for breath (5 – 10 secs).
  • B – Give 2 breaths (give enough breath to make the chest rise).***remember to pinch the nose.
  • Start CPR 30 compressions and 2 breaths at a rate of 100 compressions per min.
  • When SECOND responder returns, FIRST responder performs chest compressions and SECOND responder performs breaths with a ratio of 30:2.
  • Every 5 cycles responders should switch roles.

 

      







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