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What is the age range of adults? Puberty and Older
What is the age range of a child? 1 year to puberty
What is the age range of an infant? Birth to 1 year
What is the compression depth for a adult? 1 1/2 - 2 inches
What is the compression depth for a child? 1/3-1/2 depth of the chest
What is the compression depth for an infant? 1/3-1/2 depth of the chest
What is the compression rate for an adult? 100/min
What is the compression rate for a child? 100/min
What is the compression rate for an infant? 100/min
What is the compression rate for a newborn? 120/min
How long should a ventilation last? 1 second
What is the compression-to-ventilation ratio for adults (one person)? 30:2
What is the compress-to-ventilation ratio for adults (two person)? 30:2
What is the compression-to-ventilation ratio for children? (one person) 30:2
What is the compression-to-ventilation ratio for infants? (one person) 30:2
What is the compression-to-ventilation ratio for infants? (two people) 15:2
What is the compression-to-ventilation ratio for newborns? 3:1
What is the ventilation rate for adults? 10-12 breaths/min or 1 breath every 5-6 seconds
What is the ventilation rate for a child/infant? 12-20 breaths/min or 1 breath every 3-5 seconds
What is the ventilation rate for combitubes? 1 breath every 6-8 seconds
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