First things to buy for Newborn

The most important things to buy for newborns

First aid for a suffocating baby. Unreactive, non-breathing babies Make sure they're still normally breathin'. Normally, if they don't respond and don't breathe, open their airways and review their respiration again by looking for breast movements, paying attention to the sound of regular respiration, and seeing if you can sense their respiration on your cheeks. Unless you breathe normally, you must immediately begin CPR (cardiopulmonary reanimation - a combined breast compression and respiratory rescue).

These include breast compression and breathing to keep the baby's blood flow going. Provide five first emergency respirations before beginning the series of 30 breast presses and two emergency respirations. - If there is something in your lips, select it and make sure the airways are clear and open.

Inhale and place your lip around the baby's lip and nasal cavity to create an air-tight closure. - If you cannot make a sealing around the mouths and noses, shut the baby's mouths and just apply a sealing around the nostrils. - Blow evenly into the mouths until the breasts rise upwards.

  • Take off your lips and drop your breasts. - Now you' re giving 30 breast compresses. - Place two tips of your underhand fingers on the middle of the baby's breast. - Push down on the sternum vertical and push the breast down at least one third of its deepness.
  • Release the squeeze without removing your finger from the breast. Let the breast come up again completely - this is a compaction. - Now take two breath. - Continue with 30 breast presses followed by two life rescues as long as you can or until help comes.
  • When your infant is back in normal breath, stop the CPR and put it in the rest area. It keeps their airways open and prevents them from suffocating on the tongues or inhaling something vomity.

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