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First aid for baby and child: head injury | First aid tips from the British Red Cross  http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/First-aid/Baby-and-Child-First-Aid/Head-injury

First aid for baby and child: head injury | First aid tips from the British Red Cross http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/First-aid/Baby-and-Child-First-Aid/Head-injury

Saving a Life with CPR : Why did ABC turn into CBA in 2010? - In the A-B-C sequence chest compressions are often delayed while the responder opens the airway to give mouth-to-mouth breaths or retrieves a barrier device or other ventilation equipment. By changing the sequence to C-A-B, chest compressions will be initiated sooner and ventilation only minimally delayed until completion of the first cycle of chest compressions (30 compressions should be accomplished in approximately 18 seconds).

Saving a Life with CPR : Why did ABC turn into CBA in 2010? - In the A-B-C sequence chest compressions are often delayed while the responder opens the airway to give mouth-to-mouth breaths or retrieves a barrier device or other ventilation equipment. By changing the sequence to C-A-B, chest compressions will be initiated sooner and ventilation only minimally delayed until completion of the first cycle of chest compressions (30 compressions should be accomplished in approximately 18 seconds).

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