CPR Chart - Infants (0-12 months)

CPR Chart - Infants 0-12 months (cover)
How to perform CPR on infants

CPR is an acronym for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the essential procedure used to provide first aid to a person whose heart has stopped beating.

The chart included below provide information on how to perform CPR on an infant aged 0 to 12 months.

Our charts can be downloaded and printed in A2 size or smaller. See also how to perform CPR on infants in our detailed step-by-step CPR article.

Infant Basic life support & CPR guide

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Infant CPR guide

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Infant Basic life support

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