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Welcome to Healthcare Provider CPR

CPR Techniques
CPR Technique on infant chest compression Infant Chest Compression Technique :
  • Position yourself on the victim's side
  • Victim should be on his/her back - if trauma is suspected STABILIZE THE NECK and then roll the victim on his/her back
  • Remove the clothing
  • 1 Rescuer: Use two-finger technique below nipple line to compress on the chest or
  • 2 Rescuer: Use two thumbs encircling chest below nipple line to compress on the chest
  • Push hard and fast at the rate of 100 compressions per minute
  • Push 1 1/2 inches or 1/3 depth of the chest
  • After each compression allow the chest to return to original position.


 
 
 
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Welcome to Healthcare Provider CPR

CPR Techniques
CPR Technique on infant chest compression Infant Chest Compression Technique :
  • Position yourself on the victim's side
  • Victim should be on his/her back - if trauma is suspected STABILIZE THE NECK and then roll the victim on his/her back
  • Remove the clothing
  • 1 Rescuer: Use two-finger technique below nipple line to compress on the chest or
  • 2 Rescuer: Use two thumbs encircling chest below nipple line to compress on the chest
  • Push hard and fast at the rate of 100 compressions per minute
  • Push 1 1/2 inches or 1/3 depth of the chest
  • After each compression allow the chest to return to original position.
 
 
 
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