Run time 22 min
The nurse walks into the infirmary and checks her patients vitals. She finds there is no breath sounds and begins a round of rescue breaths. The Patients cheeks puff with every breath given. Chest compressions are started and the nurse moves on to mouth to mask. The mask fills with steam as the warm air flows into the patients lungs but we still do not have breath sounds. The only way to bring her around is the double mask. The nurse attaches the mask to both her and the patient. The patients eyes start to flutter and the nurse talks to her softly as they breath together
Run time 7 min
Karie is very uneasy while in the ER before her surgery. She tosses around as the nurses try and relax her. The only way to be sure she is calm for the prep is to administer the gas. The mask is placed securely to her face. Her eyes begin to relax and she slowly begins to calm down before the prep.
Run time 27min
Lisa has snuck her way into the ER to visit Lexi who has a liking that no one else knows about. She confronts Lexi and asks to RP. They start out slow but when the defibs come in Lexi has a different agenda. She shocks her with a high jolt and once the monitors read flat Lexi starts her own RP Alternating between breathing techniques on Lisa and high jump defibs. A must for mouth to mouth and mouth to mask fans.
Run time 31 min
Old footage of a mermaid was found on an exploration. The film shows the scientists begin giving the water creature oxygen therapy resulting in her dry drowning. Then they move to electro shock. The mermaids heart stops and CPR and defibs are administered. She is then resuscitated by forcing water into her lungs and the scientists continue their research to study these fascinating creatures.