Definition of 'mouth-to-mouth resuscitation'
Example sentences containing 'mouth-to-mouth resuscitation'
After giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation he became visibly upset, and was then sick in a corner of the cell.THE SCAR
Bernard had got Amanda out of the water on to the landing-stage, and was attempting to give her mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE CODE BREAKER
Definition of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from the Collins English Dictionary
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