Life cannot be separated from oxygen, and oxygen does not breathe. Once the breathing stops, the person will die of oxygen deficiency in a short time. Artificial respiration is an artificial method that assists patients with respiratory arrest to perform passive breathing. Remember: artificial respiration should be performed as long as the patient's breathing stops or is very weak.The principle of artificial respiration is like blowing a balloon. First, the patient's respiratory tract is blown, and the patient's chest is bulged when the airflow enters. Then relax, when the chest is restored to the original position, the carbon dioxide in the body is squeezed out, and thus repeated, it plays a role of gas exchange.
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