Other ways to release artificial respiration

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Other ways to release artificial respiration:

Other ways to release artificial respiration:

Method ‘Schaefer:

If the confinement is young and no help is available then this method will be very useful. Stand for hours on either side of the legs of the muhaddith, and then bend down and place both hands on the lower part of the chest on the back and press hard.

This action empties the lungs with air and the large arteries with blood. Now that he has removed the pressure from his hands, when he raises his hands, the chest will expand automatically when the pressure is removed, and air will enter the lungs and blood will enter the large arteries.




Method ‘Sylvester’:

When all kinds of help is available, this method will be very useful. Pull the tongue out of the coil or tweezers or thread so that it does not fall on the mouth of the trachea and block the airway. This will reduce the pressure on the chest and it will start to spread automatically.

It is worth remembering that these Whichever of the two methods is use, do not press the chest more than ten to twelve times per minute and do not despair of the life of the confined person until at least one hour has passed while continuing the process of artificial respiration. Have gone




The method of Holger Nelson:

Lay the person upside down with his hands under his mouth to keep his face safe.

1: Put both hands firmly on the shoulders of the muhaddith and press down, but do not use too much force. The pressure should be even and proportionate. Just press for two seconds. ,
2: Now while saying “three”, slide your hands over the shoulders of the confined person and bring him to his elbows.
The time can be estimate by counting “four” and “five“. This process will take your breath away. Hold on, this whole process will take a total of six seconds.




For children:

For children under five years of age, apply less pressure on the shoulders depending. On the age and use only fingers instead of using the whole hand to apply pressure. You had to do this process ten times a minute but now in children you will do it twelve times in one minute ie now the process will take you five seconds instead of six, children under five years Place a mattress or cloth under the mouth to keep the baby’s face safe.
Press the baby’s shoulders down with the thumbs but do not use too much force. The pressure should be equal and appropriate. Repeat this process over and over again until the baby’s breathing is restored. As long as the artificial respiration continues, wrap the confined one in warm bottles and warm clothes. However, it will be necessary to take into account the weather.