Every Second Counts Video 1


Shows a standard EAP with procedure and primary rescuer being the priority instead of getting oxygen quickly to the victim. Time from whistle to first breath is 1:41 seconds and 2:28 seconds from whistle to the needed 5 breaths for oxygen exchange to begin in a drowning situation. Now refer to Video 2 to compare when getting oxygen to the victim quickly is the main priority. Entire EAP is 3:00 minutes from whistle to 2 cycles of CPR.


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