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BLS 2006

what is the first step in clearing a choking infant? five backslaps and five chest thrusts
when assessing the airway what is the proper technique? open airway, look but don't sweep
what is the ratio for single rescuer infant CPR? 30:2 compression to breath ratio
what hand technique is used for infants compressions? two fingers
at what point is CPR given to an infant? no pulse or pulse less than 60
what method of compressions is used in Child CPR? heel of hand
what is the ratio for two-rescuers child CPR? 15:2
what is the order of events for a choking child? abdominal thrusts, lie child down, open airway (without sweep), attempt one breath, reposition, begin compressions at 30:2
Created by: glamke