CPR GUIDLINES 

Rescue Breaths Baby 

1 - Make sure that the airway is open. Tilt the head back using fingers underneath the chin. 
2 - Pick out any visible obstructions from mouth and nose 
3 - Take a breath and then seal your lips around babies nose and mouth. Blow gently for about a second until the chest rises. 
4 - Look down babies chest and watch chest fall. 
5 - Repeat 5 times 

CPR Baby 

1 - Place the tips of two fingers on the centre of the babies chest. 
 
2 - Press down firmly by one third of the depth of the chest. Release the pressure but do not remove your fingers. Allow chest to come back up fully. 
 
Repeat to give 30 compressions at a rate of 100 - 120 per minute 
 
3 - Give two rescue breaths as described above 
4 - Continue the cycle of 30 chest compressions to 2 rescue breaths for two minutes. 
 
Call ambulance 
 
5 - Continue the cycle of 30 chest compressions to 2 rescue breaths until emergency help arrives or until baby starts breathing unaided. 

Rescue Breaths Child 

1 - Make sure that the airway is open. Tilt the head back using fingers underneath the chin. 
2 - Pick out any visible obstructions from mouth with your finger tips 
3 - Pinch the child's nose. Take a breath and then seal your lips around the childs mouth. Blow gently for about a second until the chest rises. 
4 - Look down the childs chest and watch for it falling. 
5 - Repeat 5 times 

CPR Child 

1 - Place the heel of your hand in the centre of the child's chest, for smaller first aiders or bigger casualties then use two hands. 
2 - Press down firmly by one third of the depth of the chest. Release the pressure but do not remove your fingers. Allow chest to come back up fully. 
 
Repeat to give 30 compressions at a rate of 100 - 120 per minute 
 
3 - Give two rescue breaths as described above 
 
4 - Continue the cycle of 30 chest compressions to 2 rescue breaths for two minutes. 
 
Call ambulance 
 
5 - Continue the cycle of 30 chest compressions to 2 rescue breaths until emergency help arrives or until baby starts breathing unaided. 
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