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*******suprememastertv****/ - Firefighter saves cat with mouth-to-mouth plus more. Episode 772, Air date: 25 Oct 2008
24 Jan 2009
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Tara Busch live in 2007 at Tangier in Los Angeles. She makes a mighty racket with her lungs and synths! www.tarabusch****
29 Jan 2008
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The American Heart Association has released new guidelines for performing CPR where chest compressions take first priority.
21 Oct 2010
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(First Released January 5th 2003) - This is the sequel to Gum. Its the same video, only newer, and with a lot more mouth to mouth passing of the gum.
28 Apr 2007
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Guy does triple combo smoke flip. Hand to mouth flip, mouth to mouth flip, mouth to foot to mouth. You ain't never seen anything like this before
13 Oct 2007
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Katy Perry pulls a lucky fan on-stage and gives him some mouth-to-mouth.
25 Sep 2012
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Angelcare deluxe movement monitor... click here...******* The Angelcare Movement and Sound Monitor Deluxe Plus offers both sound and movement monitoring in one device. With a range of up 820 feet and eight channels to minimize interference, the monitor offers continuous or voice-activated sound transmission and will sound an alarm when no movement is detected for 20 seconds. For convenience, the monitor features a temperature display and sound and movement indicator lights. The Deluxe Plus system includes two parent units and two "under the mattress" sensor pads. 208 customers reviews First a little background on myself and the condition this product is supposed to help prevent. I've worked in the medical field for over 20 years and I've had the misfortune to treat well over a dozen SIDS cases. One of the big knocks you'll see against this product on other review sites is that it will do nothing to prevent SIDS. Such reviews are usually followed by a personal story about how the reviewer had a child who died from SIDS or they had a friend who had a child who died of SIDS, and that they were told by the doctor that there was absolutely nothing that could have been done to save the child...that even if they had been there to witness the child stop breathing, that the child still would have died. I'm sorry to have to break this to everyone, but that's simply untrue. All of us in the medical profession, from doctors to nurses to paramedics, are taught in our basic training to tell parents this. I've told parents this countless times myself. Parents are already grieving enough when they lose a child, the last thing they need is to spend the rest of their life thinking they could have done something. The truth is that if someone had been there at the moment the baby stopped breathing, something MIGHT have been able to be done to save them. We just don't know because every case is different. Remember that SIDS is a diagnosis of exclusion. It's not a disease or other pathological process that "shuts down all the vital organs one by one" (as one reviewer claimed). What this means is that if a baby under 1 year old dies for no other identifiable reason, they're automatically stamped "SIDS," case closed. A good number of babies who die of "SIDS" are believed to die from some unexplained sudden apnea, whether it be too many blankets smothering the child or whether the baby simply "forgot" to breath, as some doctors believe. If a child suffers some sudden period of apnea, a person who is there immediately MAY be able to save them through waking the child or through mouth to mouth breathing. That is medical fact based on years of research. Hospital don't use $5000 infant apnea monitors for no reason. If they did no good no one would use them. This product, when used correctly, functions as a very suitable apnea monitor, and at a cheaper price. All that is my way of saying we love this monitor. With my medical background and having witnessed the tragedy of SIDS many times, I'm hyper paranoid when it comes to our new daughter. I'll do anything and spend any amount of money to make sure I've done everything within my power to keep her safe. This product gives us peace of mind and allows us to sleep a little better at night. We've had no false alarms so far and the sound quality seems just fine. The night light function is pretty cool too. My only complaint would be it's not the easiest thing to set up initially. Sit down with a cup of coffee and be prepared to play with a lot to get it working just right. Angelcare deluxe movement monitor... click here...*******
2 Feb 2013
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