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Trainer Tips: How to perform CPR on a baby

Check for a response. Gently tap or flick the sole of the baby’s foot. Never shake a baby. If there is no response, shout for help. Place the baby on a firm surface. Open the baby’s airway by placing one hand on their forehead and gently tilt the head back. Place the tip of your […]

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Trainer Tips: How to perform CPR on a child

The way you preform CPR varies dependent on if the casualty is an adult, child or infant. Today we look at how to perform CPR on a child (from one year to puberty). Check for a response Gently shake the child’s shoulders and ask loudly: ‘Hello, can you hear me?’ If there is no response, […]

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Trainer Tips: How to perform CPR on an adult

CPR is essential in surviving from a cardiac arrest. The first three minutes after a cardiac arrest are the most important meaning bystander intervention is critical for survival. Check for a response. Gently shake the casualty’s shoulders and ask loudly: ‘Hello, can you hear me?’ If there is no response, shout for help. Open the […]

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