kiss of life


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kiss of life

the
mouth-to mouth or mouth-to-nose resuscitation in which a person blows gently into the mouth or nose of an unconscious person, allowing the lungs to deflate after each blow
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It was really rough and trying to give the kiss of life in those conditions wasn't easy.
Miss Cyrrhian Macrae, director of corporate communications at the university, said she could not confirm the report that the students had sought to give the kiss of life.
PC Carmichael leaped from his horse, Musketeer,cleared the boy's airways and gave him the kiss of life.
The scariest thing is that Kelly Rowlands of Destiny's Child imagined it would be a smart career move to give Jason the kiss of life.
A MAN who almost died can celebrate Valentine's Day today - thanks to a kiss of life.
Half the population has never received first aid training while only 4 per cent of people know how to give the kiss of life correctly - the best way of saving a life at the scene of an accident.
They gave her the kiss of life and rushed her to hospital, where doctors said she had been in a diabetic coma.
A MUM who trained as a St John Ambulance worker saved her desperately ill baby with the kiss of life.
SEX-SWAP soldier Jan Hamilton gave football star Davie Cooper the kiss of life as he lay dying from a brain haemorrhage.
Colleagues gave him the kiss of life but it is believed he had suffered a fatal heart attack.
PC Carmichael leaped from his horse, Musketeer,cleared the boy's airwaves and gave him the kiss of life.