Infant CPR: Why ?  Better Be Ready than Sorry

One child tragically dies from choking on food every 5 days and  3,400 from SIDS sadly  in the United States

It is our role as parents to protect our child and act responsibly. However, accidents happen quickly in the age group 0-4. Common pediatric accidents generally include choking, drowning, and falling.

As a matter of fact, choking is truly a significant cause of death due to unintentional injuries in young children, and some studies have clearly stated that around 60-80% of deaths due to choking are related to food. As a result, choking is one of the important modes of death in young children who are tragically dying from unintentional injuries. Understandably, learning Infant CPR is critical. In addition, it is easy and can save a life. Keeping your infant safe at home, at the park, in your car, and in and around the water is a priority. Yet pediatric accidents happen unfortunately frequently and an emergency may occur too soon. As a parent or caregiver, you need to be fully prepared, ready and know what to do.

It is recommended to take the class during pregnancy or soon after your infant is born. It is better to be ready than sorry.

Why learn critical life-saving skills ?

  • Save your child’s life
  • Provide CPR to infant
  • Assess an emergency
  • Learn the risks of choking and how to prevent it
  • Understand a risky situation
  • Make your home safe for your growing child
  • Care for an infant during medical emergency until advanced medical personnel takes over
  • Respond to breathing and cardiac emergency
  • Identify potential dangers and risks to prevent accidents

Who is the Infant CPR class for?

  • Parents and grand-parents of babies and children
  • Expecting parents at any time of pregnancy should attend
  • Nannies or caregivers
  • Any family with a swimming pool need to act responsibly

Finally, what is covered in pediatric CPR Class?

The class follows strictly the American Heart Association Protocol to ensure technique and straightforward learning.

  • Hands-on practice with mannequins
  • Manual
  • Infant CPR (birth up to one-year old)
  • Choking management and protocol for baby from birth to one -year old and a child from one-year old up to puberty
  • Review of most common preventable accidents in young years of childhood and how to prevent them
  • Sadly, SIDS happen and some measures can hopefully help prevent this tragedy sudden unexpected infant deaths (SUID)
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