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Child CPR & Choking (1-12 years old)

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What You'll Learn

Designed for parents, sitters, and caregivers, this online course covers what to do in case of a CPR or choking emergency. We’ll cover what and why techniques change for babies vs. toddlers and teens; and what to do during common real-life scenarios. Taught by a Certified Basic Life Support instructor, this course is based on American Heart Association instruction. Watch, refresh, and renew skills anytime and from the comfort of home. Participants are invited to take an evaluation and receive Tinyhood’s CPR Course Completion Certificate.

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Kate A, RN, Certified CPR Instructor
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Child CPR (1-12 Years Old)

Learn how to identify the signs of an unresponsive child, when and how to perform CPR: from chest compressions to rescue breaths and more.

Takeaways
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Child CPR Guide
Chest Compressions Guide Preview Image
Chest Compressions Guide
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Choking (Age 1 - 12)

Learn how to recognize the signs of a choking person and how to perform abdominal thrusts.

Takeaways
Child Choking Guide Preview Image
Child Choking Guide
Adult Choking Guide Preview Image
Adult Choking Guide
Common Choking Hazards Photo Preview Image
Common Choking Hazards Photo
Common Choking Hazards List Preview Image
Common Choking Hazards List
Child CPR and Choking Assessment Preview Image
Child CPR and Choking Assessment

Ratings & Reviews

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4.9 / 5 stars
203 reviews

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Candice Brandenberg
Candice Brandenberg
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Choking (Age 1 - 12)

efficient lesson

Andrew Taylor
Andrew Taylor
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Child CPR (1-12 Years Old)

Biggest feedback: in the schematic where the chest compressions are being performed, BLUE blood cycles TOWARDS the brain, and RED blood cycles towards the heart. This is backwards. Blue blood usually represents venous blood (deoxygenated blood), and red blood usually represents oxygenated blood (from the lungs). The order should be reversed - it should be red blood from the lungs to the brain and blue blood from the brain to the heart. Also, I'm a critical care doctor - so I notice these things :)

Amber Fernandez
Amber Fernandez
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Choking (Age 1 - 12)

LOVED IT!

Sarah
Sarah
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Choking (Age 1 - 12)

Super simple, approachable, and clear.

Sarah
Sarah
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Child CPR (1-12 Years Old)

Super simple, approachable, and clear.