Trauma Care International Foundation

FIRST AID FOR CHOKING INFANTS The following instructions are for babies less than 12months old. Step 1: Assess the situation quickly. If a baby is suddenly unable to cry or cough, something is probably blocking the airway, and you'll need to help get it out. They may make odd noises or no sound at all while opening their mouth. Their skin may turn red or blue. (This is an emergency) Step 2: Try to dislodge the object with back blows and chest thrusts. Back blows:-  If a baby is conscious but can't cough, cry, or breathe and you believe something is trapped in his airway, carefully position him/her face down on one forearm. Maintain support of their head and neck by firmly holding the jaw between your thumb and forefinger. Visit our website for more https://traumacareinternational.org/home/post/first-aid-for-choking-infants

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