CPR

Mumbai: No heartbeat, yet beats the odd

Mumbai: No heartbeat, yet beats the odd

Cardiac surgeons said the timely 30-minute Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) was given to Maroo at the airport which saved his life.

Ujjain: Doctors pull out victim from jaws of death

Ujjain: Doctors pull out victim from jaws of death

How would one react after returning alive from fiercely fought battle in an “almost death-like situation”. On November 9, Dr Harshvardhan...Read More

Women are less likely to be ‘saved’ during an emergency

Women are less likely to be ‘saved’ during an emergency

New York: Bystanders are less likely to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on women – even “virtual” women – than on men who col...Read More

Viral Video! Watch police dog gives ‘CPR’ to a Spanish cop

Viral Video! Watch police dog gives ‘CPR’ to a Spanish cop

Well, it’s has been said that dogs are a man’s best friend. One such canine is making headlines not for his loyalty or love! Well, he is ...Read More

Hyderabad: Two cops save life after administering CPR on road

Hyderabad: Two cops save life after administering CPR on road

Hyderabad (Telangana): Two policemen in Hyderabad saved an elderly life on Wednesday after the senior citizen suffered a cardiac arrest a...Read More

Mumbai: Dad saves baby’s life by giving CPR

Mumbai: Dad saves baby’s life by giving CPR

Mumbai: Guddu Chaudhary, the father of a two-month-old, Priyom Chaudhary, gave a new life to his baby by giving him mouth to mouth resusc...Read More

CPR by medics: Continuous pumping not a good idea

CPR by medics: Continuous pumping not a good idea

Washington: Continuous chest compressions during cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) by emergency medical responders do not offer surviv...Read More

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38-minute CPR boosts heart attack survival

Washington: Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for 38 minutes or longer can improve a patient’s chance of surviving a cardiac...Read More

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