... you've performed CPR for at least two minutes).
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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