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Off the back of The Chokeables, St. John Ambulance has shared a new video, educating parents on how to perform CPR on their babies if the need arises.

The video was produced after a poll of 2,000 parents shared that their biggest fear was their bub being unconscious – but only 1 in 4 would know what to do.

The video features famous nursery rhyme characters including Humpty Dumpty, Jack & Jill, Incy Wincy Spider and the Cat & the Fiddle.

Check out the video below, and be sure to SHARE this with family and friends…

For more information about Baby CPR, click here

  • St John Ambulance congratulations, fantastic ideas to educate all parents in saving the lives of our children.

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  • Definitely Terrific song.. should share it around with family and friends. .

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  • wow! this is why parents should take a first aid course. i know that if i was looking for a babysitter, a license and first aid course, would be a factor for me to choose one person over another. i took a first aid course and it is not hard to do! it is worth it! it gives you the ability to save your child’s life vs struggling to do something while in a panic, on the phone. you only have a limited amount of time to act. Keep up with refresher courses as well. this statistic should read “4 out of 4 parents know what to do in an emergency”

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  • a really simple and clear video which is essential to know. good job!

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  • Important to know. CPR should be included in antenatal classes.

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  • Very important for everyone to know.

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  • I wish St. John Ambulance would run courses in some more locations that people can access easily, and possibly run some during the day. There some instructors who may prefer to conduct the lectures during the day rather than going out at night. Some who would like to do courses don’t like travelling alone at night, especially if they have to use public transport. Some branches that have courses are not near bus stops either. Off all the stations in Adelaide very few run courses.

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  • Interesting. I did a CPR course last month and it’s 2 breaths 30 pumps. The video is stating you start with 5 puff

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  • A very important skill to have.

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  • A good one to share with family and friends. Everyone should have this important skill.

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  • This is information all parents should know.

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  • This is really important. We took a “caring for kids” first aid course when I was pregnant.

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  • Anything that helps save a life is a great thing.

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  • Lke ge

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