mouth-to-mouth


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Related to mouth-to-mouth: Mouth to mouth resuscitation

mouth-to-mouth

adj
(Medicine) designating a method of artificial respiration involving blowing air rhythmically into the mouth of a person who has stopped breathing, to stimulate return of spontaneous breathing
Translations

mouth-to-mouth

[ˈmaʊθtəˈmaʊθ] CPD mouth-to-mouth resuscitation N(respiración f) boca a boca m

mouth-to-mouth

[ˈmaʊθtəˈmaʊθ] mouth-to-mouth resuscitation nrespirazione f bocca a bocca
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Ernest and the socialist leaders fought fiercely to capture the farmers; but the destruction of the socialist press and publishing houses constituted too great a handicap, while the mouth-to-mouth propaganda had not yet been perfected.
Dean tried to give 18-year-old Conner mouth-to-mouth resuscitation but he didn't respond as he lay bleeding at a flat in Holytown, Lanarkshire, in April.
The mum-of-two described how she frantically gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to the baby, as she willed her to stay alive.
After Elliot threatens to tell Jimmy that he saw she and Dan kissing, she lies that they were practising mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION was executed as the rescue team rushed him to the local medical facility for moreover treatment.
But he died as she tried to give him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation after being shot two or three times in the stomach and chest.
TWO support workers had a more dramatic day at work than they expected when they not only had to help deliver a baby but give the newborn emergency mouth-to-mouth. Support workers Luke Molino and Sian Tyrrell, who work at a hostel run by Cadwyn Housing Association in Cardiff, have been praised for their quick thinking.
I imagine that is because on stage he is often funny at my expense" Pamela Stephenson, wife of comedian Billy Connolly "I am a renowned homosexual" Julian Clary, denying that he gave Joan Collins mouth-to-mouth resuscitation after rescuing her from drowning in a swimming pool
Performing CPR by alternating chest compressions with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation A report from the US Institute of Medicine found that only one in 20 people who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of hospitals survive - a number that could be improved if people knew the right way to do CPR.
But Robert - who wants to be a doctor - gave her mouth-to-mouth resuscitation then helped the 999 crew.
" We now know that my dad was tended to by a police officer at first and then, when he opened his eyes, a St John''''s Ambulanceman arrived and together they gave him heart massage and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.