Baby CPR Dover DE

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Happy Harry's Discount Drug Stores
(302) 678-9820
1278 Forrest Ave
Dover, DE
Rite Aid Pharmacies
(302) 734-4788
1580 S Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE
Eckerd Drugs
(302) 653-6649
66 E Glenwood Ave
Smyrna, DE
Medicine Shoppe
(302) 422-3351
10 SE Front St
Milford, DE
Food Lion
(302) 698-1445
250 Gateway South Blvd
Dover, DE
Store Hours
Mon-Sat 7 AM - 10 PM

Eckerd Drugs
(302) 674-2945
245 N Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE
Eckerd Drugs
(302) 698-3966
3004 S Dupont Hwy
Camden, DE
Rite Aid Pharmacies
(302) 398-4420
17098 S Dupont Hwy
Harrington, DE
(302) 674-9000
25 Greentree Dr
Dover, DE
(302) 734-9303
200 Banning St Suite 100
Dover, DE

How do I give a Baby CPR?

Giving a Baby CPR is almost exactly the same

as giving an adult CPR.  CPR or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation is the process of restarting a victim's heart during a Cardiac Arrest.

A Cardiac Arrest most often happens to babies that are choking or suffocating.  First check to see if they baby is unresponsive.  Put your ear to their mouth to feel and listen for breaths.

Unlike adult CPR, every second counts.  Before you dial 911 you'll want to start the CPR process.  Only after you've given the baby CPR will you dial 911.  If you are in a public place or someone is available to dial 911 have them call and give the Operator the address, the age of the baby and the circumstances.

Begin by opening the babies air way.  Do so by slightly tilting their head back.

Children under 1 years old have different CPR directions than adults and infants.  If the child is younger than 1 year old you will put your mouth over their nose and mouth.  Be sure to form a nice suction around the babies nose and mouth.

Breath 2 small breaths into the babies lungs.  You only want to fill the babies lungs and view the chest rising.  You don't want to breath too much air into the babies lungs.  Put your ear to the babies mouth and check for breathing.  If the baby isn't breathing start chest compressions.

Imagine a string connecting the nipples of the baby.  In the middle of the s...

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