"C" is for CIRCULATION. Check the child's carotid artery for pulse by placing two fingertips and applying slight pressure on his carotid artery for 5 to 10 seconds.
All rescuers are instructed to assess for signs of circulation before beginning chest compressions: —Lay rescuers are instructed to assess for signs of circulation rather than attempt to check a pulse (Class IIa). —Healthcare providers are instructed to assess for signs of circulation, including a pulse check.
Restore blood circulation. Check if the child's heart is beating. In order to do that, find carotid artery. Place two fingertips on it and apply slight pressure for several seconds. If no circulation is detected, begin chest compressions.
If don't feel a pulse then the victim's heart is not beating, and you will have to perform chest >> Compression