Infant and Child CPR Resources

Pediatric Emergency Care Article

AEDs are safe to use on young children and infants.  The below article outlines the importance and safety of AED use for infants with shockable heart rhythms, in the absence of manual defibrillation.

Rossano, Joseph W. MD; Jones, Wendell E. MD; Lerakis, Stamatios MD; Millin, Michael G. MD; Nemeth, Ira MD; Cassan, Pascal MD; Shook, Joan MD; Kennedy, Siobán MA; Markenson, David MD; Bradley, Richard N. MD.  The Use of Automated External Defibrillators in Infants.  A Report From the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council, Pediatric Emergency Care: July 2015 – Volume 31 – Issue 7 – p 526-530.

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