Why Should I Learn Infant CPR?
Respiratory failure, drowning, or electric shock may cause an infant’s
heart to stop pumping blood. This is called cardiac arrest. Studies show
that immediate CPR improves survival rates. Cardiac arrest can occur anywhere
and at any time, therefore CPR is a vital skill to have.
The Infant CPR class at Good Samaritan Hospital is taught by American Heart
Association trained instructors. Participants will learn to assess the
infant, call for help, perform chest compressions, give breaths to the
infant, and clear the airway in a choking infant. Participants will practice
skills on a baby mannequin.
This is NOT a CPR certification class, but an educational infant CPR class.
1 hour class
1 person: $25.00
2 people: $30.00
Free for Good Samaritan NICU parents.