Two rescuer CPR for children and infants is usually only
done in a hospital setting. For children the ratio of
compressions to ventilations changes to 15:2. All other
aspects are exactly the same for children and adults. For
infants, 2 rescuer CPR is only done when the victim is
intubated or when a infant sized bag-valve mask is in place.
Compressions for 2 rescuer CPR on an infant can be done by
encircling the victim's chest with both hands and
compressing with your thumbs.