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Posted by on Dec 3, 2011 in Infant First Aid | 0 comments

Hello Infant First Aid and CPR World!

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Infant First Aid and CPRWelcome to Infant First Aid and CPR. We are committed to providing you with the most up to date information and registration about infant first aid and CPR. An infant is a person that is under one years of age in the CPR world. Because of their size and body structure, CPR that is used on adults and children can not applied to infants. By taking a “hands on” CPR course candidates will learn advanced techniques on how to resuscitate infants and when to contact EMS. Candidates can also learn about the application of automated external defibrillators (AED) on infant through the use of pediatric pads. Read through this website and learn about the techniques and the priority action approach used by the major Canadian Providers when teaching first aid and CPR for infant victims.

Register through a Canadian provider today to learn to rescue a infant that needs CPR and or first aid.

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