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Training that could help you save a life

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Choking is the number one cause of unintentional death in infants.

On Wednesday, Dan Grejczyk with Pulse Check Plus stopped by Wake Up Wisconsin to share some CPR techniques.

The American Heart Association’s Infant CPR Anytime personal learning program makes it possible for anyone to learn how to relieve choking infant and perform infant CPR. The kit contains everything needed to learn skills in about 20 minutes, and it can be used anywhere, from the comfort of home to a large community group setting.

Infant CPR Anytime is for new parents, grandparents, family members and anyone who wants to learn lifesaving infant CPR and choking skills but does not need a course completion card. This kit also is used in hospital NICU and PICU programs to teach skills to new parents, while allowing nursing staff to focus on patient care.

Click on the video link above for a demonstration.

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