mouth-to-mouth resuscitation


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Synonyms for mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

an emergency procedure consisting of external cardiac massage and artificial respiration

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Jacobs FC is being managed by John Moorcroft, who gave Anthony mouth-to-mouth resuscitation after he collapsed on the pitch.
The first documented use of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is in the Bible, where Elisha performs it on a child.
Talking to paramedics over the phone, the 35-year-old started giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, frantically trying to revive his son.
Neighbour Barry Dunridge, an ex-Army medic, rushed to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
In association with A DUMMY RUN: Pupils from Kader Close Junior School, Acklam receive a demonstration in how to save a life using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from PC Roy West.
Head custodian Tristian Jones gave the German visitor mouth-to-mouth resuscitation after he fell ill on a visit to the World Heritage site last week.
Sarah, a community midwife, managed to revive her by giving her mouth-to-mouth resuscitation before she was rushed to hospital.
He stopped breathing again and I gave him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. We lost him again 14 times in the 30 minutes before the arrival of the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.
A reghter from Louisiana used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to revive a small dog.
Watching an episode of Holby City the other night, I couldn't keep my eyes off Patsy Kensit's lips - she looked as if she was poised to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation at any moment.
However, the risk of infection is so great that many doctors and nurses often refuse to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. In one study, 45% of physicians and 80% of nurses said they would refuse to administer mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on a stranger.
Emergency services were called while two lifeguards began mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on the man at the poolside.
Lucky to be alive: Leicester City footballer Clive Clarke, left, was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation by manager Martin Allen
She then cleared the tot's lungs with a drinking straw and carried out mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and heart massage for half an hour as the pilot diverted for an emergency landing at London Gatwick.