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Check for Breathing:
Lay the baby on her back (if... rise). Keep in mind that your baby doesn't need a lot of air -- just a mouthful. Perfom CPR:
After you... -- it should rise as you puff air into her mouth.
Continue with CPR: 30 chest compressions followed by two...
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... certified in infant and child CPR. You'll get to see these techniques performed in person and ask... choking baby. Shout and tap. Decide whether CPR is necessary. Call out your child's name and gently tap...), position the infant on his back to begin CPR. Remember CAB. According to the American Heart Association...