Great follow up question came in on how to locate the “brachial” artery.
It’s located on the inside of the upper arm between the biceps and triceps muscle along the humerus bone. Use the flat part of your four fingers to press moderately against the inside of the arm at this location. This is a skill that needs practice with a baby who has pulses so as to be confident when looking for a brachial pulse on a child without a pulse. Remember, when in doubt, if the patient is unconscious, not breathing normally and appears dead…we treat them as they are. Begin CPR!
Hope it helps.