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    Infant CPR
    Sarah McMoyler, RN posted:
    The American Heart Association is partnering with The American Academy of Pediatrics to promote a brand new product: Infant CPR Anytime. This $35.00 kit includes an inflatable mannequin, and step-by-step DVD that includes responding to airway obstruction.

    Having taught thousands of expectant parents these techniques, I am delighted to see an affordable, well - produced program designed for lay people. This is a product suited for everyone: parents, grandparents and babysitters.

    My suggestion is that twice a year, when you re-set your clocks for daylight savings, you pop this DVD in and review the steps to responding to an emergency.

    To learn more about the program and/or to purchase, visit:

    Sarah McMoyler, RN

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