CPR for infants

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Healthcare Provider (BLS / BCLS) Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED

Cardio pulmonary resuscitation is administered for infants under the age of 1 year at times. The procedure involved in infant CPR is similar for all agers. This video provides you the necessary steps to be followed to perform CPR for infants. First is the compression of the chest externally. Compression in the chest of baby has to be atleast 1½ inches and it is usually done with two fingers placed in the middle of the chest. This compression has to be in a perfect rhythm, fast and hard. Make around 30 strong compressions and then proceed with airway and breathing. Make the baby to be in a flat position and then give good breath by covering the nose and mouth of the baby. Repeat these procedures until the infant breaths.

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Healthcare Provider (BLS / BCLS) Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED
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