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Another term for cardiac massage.
- ‘He told a York inquest he at first thought, Miss Aston was still alive and after untying the knotted blue rope from around her neck, and lowering her into the hall floor, desperately fought to revive her with heart massage and the kiss of life.’
- ‘Bradley was unconscious and had stopped breathing before Mr Marshall performed the heart massage and mouth-to-mouth techniques he uses to save his calves.’
- ‘‘They were able to take their breathing sets off, which is not normal protocol, and started to give the children mouth to mouth resuscitation and heart massage,’ he said.’
- ‘Ambulance crews have praised school staff for their role in saving the girl's life. A PE teacher gave Jade mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and heart massage while waiting for help to arrive.’
- ‘‘They worked on Marian and gave her heart massage,’ said Mr Bates, who was hit on the head with a crowbar during the struggle.’
- ‘On the streets on the way to the centre people were walking away calmly but some had injuries and I saw at least four people lying on the street, one being given heart massage by a police officer.’
- ‘So we opened her chest to cross-clamp the aorta, while undertaking direct heart massage.’
- ‘Two nurses - class members - gave heart massage and police arrived within minutes with a defibrillator.’
- ‘What kind of victory is it for a mother to know that when her baby dies, as he surely will, doctors may use heart massage to try to bring him back to life for a short period of time?’
- ‘My dad was in a really bad way and we were trying to give him heart massage and mouth-to-mouth with the woman giving directions over the phone.’
- ‘The paramedic said the trio took turns giving the man heart massage and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, which stimulated vital oxygen to his brain.’
- ‘Like most of the traumas in the novel, this violent scene is twinned with one of healing when a valiant army doctor revives Ben's buddy with an emergency heart massage.’
- ‘A North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said a firefighter who narrowly avoided being caught up in the crash pulled over and gave mouth to mouth resuscitation and a heart massage to the elderly victim.’
- ‘She then started performing coronary pulmonary resuscitation - a combination of the kiss of life and heart massage, which she had learned on a college course.’
- ‘When the man lapsed into unconsciousness and then stopped breathing PC Kershaw, after finding no pulse, carried out mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and heart massage until paramedics arrived.’
- ‘He gave the baby mouth-to-mouth and heart massage and after seven and a half minutes he came back.’
- ‘He said he had conducted mouth-to-mouth, while another officer had attempted heart massage.’
- ‘She decided quickly and leant over Adam, performing the direct heart massage and life breathing.’
- ‘As the hearse pulled up outside Mrs Jones' cottage, two police officers saw her leg twitch and began to give her heart massage.’
- ‘But using an airbag and heart massage they managed to revive the woman and she is now expected to make a full recovery.’
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