artificial respiration

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The paper is based on data gathered from results of independent laboratory testing of the three best-selling CPR masks on the market today and EFP's mask, RespAide.
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More advanced contents include supplies necessary to administer intravenous fluids, as well as a bronchodilator inhaler, lidocaine, saline, atropine, aspirin, non-narcotic analgesic, oral antihistamine, CPR masks and a self-inflating resuscitation bag to assist respiration following defibrillation.
New contents include all supplies necessary to administer intravenous fluids, a bronchodilator inhaler, lidocaine, saline, atropine, aspirin, non-narcotic analgesic, oral antihistamine, CPR masks and a self-inflating resuscitation bag to assist respiration following defibrillation.