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Check for alertness. ■ Gently rub the infant’s back or tap the feet. ■ Never shake an infant. ■ See whether the infant moves or makes a noise. Step 3. Check for breathing (no more than 10 seconds). If the infant is not breathing or only gasping for breath go immediately to step 4. Step 4. If there is no reaction and others are present, tell someone to phone 911 and get an AED, if available. If you are alone and have a cell phone, dial 911, put your cell phone on speaker, and begin CPR. If you are alone and do not have a cell phone, begin CPR immediately.
Dry chest if moist or wet so electricity will not arc when shock is given. Step 4. Attach the sticky side of the pads directly to the person’s bare chest: ■ Place one pad to the upper right side of the chest. ■ Place the second pad under the left breast. ■ The pads will have pictures on them that show where to put them. qxd 8/18/11 12:15 PM 39 Step 5. Clear the area around the person. Step 6. Wait until the AED tells you what to do. Step 7. If a shock is indicated and other people are present, warn them to keep clear.
Take care not to be bitten if the animal is sleeping heavily and is startled awake. Step 2. If the animal does not respond, lay the animal down, on either side, on a hard, flat surface. Kneel on the floor at the animal’s head. qxd 8/18/11 12:15 PM 41 Step 3. Open the airway. ■ Straighten the animals’ neck with the head in a natural, neutral position. ■ Pull the animals’ tongue forward between the front teeth, or to the side of the mouth. The tongue may be blocking the airway. ■ Continue to Step 4 to check for breathing.