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## How do you do 2 rescuer CPR on a child?

A lone rescuer uses a compression-to-ventilation ratio of 30:2. For 2-rescuer infant and child CPR, **one provider should perform chest compressions while the other keeps the airway open and performs ventilations at a ratio of 15:2. Deliver ventilations with minimal interruptions in chest compressions (Class IIa, LOE C).**

## What is the correct CPR for a child?

Do **30 compressions at a rate of 2 compressions per second. Each compression should push the chest down by about one third. After 30 compressions, tilt the child’s head back to open their airway. Take a deep breath, seal your mouth over the child’s mouth and pinch their nose.**

## What is the CPR rate for a 2 rescuer attempt?

100-120 compressions per minute

## What is 2 people CPR called?

**Two-Rescuer BLS/CPR for Adults** Direct the second rescuer to call 911 or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) without leaving the person while you begin CPR. This second rescuer can also find an AED while you stay with the person.

## What are the steps for 2 rescuer CPR in children?

**Two-Responder CPR Technique for Children**

## What is the correct CPR sequence for a child?

Compress the breastbone. Push down 4cm (for a baby or infant) or 5cm (a child), which is approximately one-third of the chest diameter. Release the pressure, then rapidly repeat at a rate of about 100-120 compressions a minute. After 30 compressions, tilt the head, lift the chin, and give 2 effective breaths.

## How many compressions should be provided when there is 2 rescuer with child?

When the second rescuer returns, begin doing CPR by performing 15 compressions by one rescuer and two breaths by the second rescuer. Use and follow AED prompts when available while continuing CPR until EMS arrives or until the child’s condition normalizes.

## When performing two rescuer CPR on an infant you should?

When performing two-rescuer CPR on an infant, you should: **use the two-thumb/encircling hands technique and deliver two breaths after every 15 compressions.**