St John Ambulance in the UK and Tesco have announced a partnership that will see them selling a new babygrow that will help parents in an emergency.
The new potentially life saving babygrow will show parents of newborns how to perform CPR on a baby. The clever and cute new babygrow apparently depicts the children’s story of Humpty Dumpty, showing a sweet picture from the rhyme in the centre of the babygrow and different numbers hidden in the weather around it.
It is understood the different numbers represent the actions for baby CPR, indicating that a parent should first cover their child’s nose and mouth to puff air into their lungs five times.
Then, using two fingers, pump the baby’s heart 30 times, followed by two more breaths and alternate these actions until an ambulance arrives.
Along with the sale of the babygrow both St John Ambulance and Tesco have released a video showing exactly what to do if their little one stops breathing.
Tesco say the babygrow will be available for free in selected stores, although a donation of £3 can be made in store to St John Ambulance.
The invention of the babygrow comes after a recent survey found that 74% of parents’ worst fear is that their baby would stop breathing.