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Every Second Counts Video 2

Shows an EAP with sense of urgency and getting oxygen quickly to the victim being the #1 priority.

Time from whistle to first breath is 20 seconds and 30 seconds from whistle to the needed 5 breaths for oxygen exchange to begin in a drowning situation. This video shows that in water breathing can make a huge impact on getting much needed oxygen to an drowning victim quickly. We must remember that they are dying from lack of oxygen, not from lack of being on land. Entire EAP is 1:45 seconds from whistle to 2 cycles of CPR.

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