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Place your ear near the child’s mouth and nose. Is there breath on your cheek? Is the child’s chest moving? Make sure someone calls 911. If you need to give someone CPR, it's an emergency.

From: CPR for Children WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE: redcross.org: "Pediatric ready reference."

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on January 09, 2018

SOURCE: redcross.org: "Pediatric ready reference."

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on January 09, 2018

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