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This video educates and empowers parents, family members and all caretakers of infants. Registered nurse, midwife and certified CPR instructor, Geraldine Hickey, gives parents the tools and confidence to assist any infant (newborn-12 months) in time of danger. The instructional video takes viewers step by step on how to perform CPR, how to save a choking infant and reviews SIDS precautions.
The compressions should be done at a rate of 100 to 120 per minute. Do not exceed 120.
How to perform CPR to save a choking infant
This video educates and empowers parents, family members and all caretakers of infants. Registered nurse, midwife and certified CPR instructor, Geraldine Hickey, gives parents the tools and confidence to assist any infant (newborn-12 months) in time of danger.
The video was produced with reference to the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines in effect, but was produced independently and without the participation of the AHA. The contents of this video adhere to the current standards of practice for Infant CPR as of January 2016. These standards are updated on a periodic basis and the viewer should make sure they are familiar with the most current standards. This program is intended for educational purposes only it does nor serve as a substitute for medical treatment or medical diagnosis by licensed medical professionals. Baby Zone & Beyond LLC recommends that anyone responsible for the care of a child becomes CPR trained through a recognized certification program. The emergency care described in this presentation does not intend to replace professional medical care. You must always call 911 or your local emergency phone number in an emergency. Baby Zone & Beyond, LLC and AVC productions, LLC shall not be liable for any damages including direct or indirect damages or death arising out of or resulting from the use of any procedure described in this video. The purpose of this video is to provide a basis for emergency care when waiting for emergency care to arrive.
The video can be viewed in English or in Spanish.
Approximate run time: 30 minutes.