Rescuer sentence example

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  • Once free of the vehicle she took a deep breath and turned to face her rescuer.

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  • Lisa felt an immediate bond with the slender mother of her rescuer.

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  • If the airway is not clear, the rescuer repeats the abdominal thrusts as often as necessary.

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  • If the foreign object has been removed, but the victim is not breathing, the rescuer starts CPR.

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  • The rescuer's hand supports the infant's head, and his or her forearm rests on his or her own thigh for additional support.

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  • Using the heel of the other hand, the rescuer administers five rapid blows to the infant's back between the shoulder blades.

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  • In infants, the rescuer should never attempt to sweep the baby's mouth without looking to remove foreign material.

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  • The rescuer can continue to reassure the person that help and take over.

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  • God's rescuer has come A light for everyone Anna gazed open-mouthed.

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  • He frees her from imprisonment in the castle of Meleagant, who has carried her off against her will - (a similar adventure is related in Lanzelet, where the abductor is Valerin, and Lanzelet is not the rescuer) - and, although he recovers his kingdom from Claudas, he prefers to remain a simple knight of Arthur's court, bestowing the lands on his cousins and half-brother Hector.

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  • To perform the Heimlich maneuver on a conscious adult, the rescuer stands behind the victim and encircles his waist.

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  • The rescuer makes a fist with one hand and places the other hand on top, positioned below the rib cage and above the waist.

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  • The rescuer then applies pressure by a series of upward and inward thrusts to force the foreign object back up the victim's trachea.

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  • The victim and the source of the current must not be touched while the current is still flowing, for doing so can electrocute the rescuer.

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  • To perform the Heimlich maneuver on a conscious child, the rescuer stands or kneels behind the child, who may be seated or standing.

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  • The rescuer makes a fist with one hand, and places it, thumb toward the child, below the rib cage and above the waist.

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  • The rescuer encircles the child's waist, placing his other hand on top of the fist then gives a series of five quick and distinct inward and upward thrusts.

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  • The rescuer then executes a series of five quick compressions by pushing inward and upward.

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  • After the abdominal thrusts, the rescuer repeats the process of lifting the chin, moving the tongue, feeling for and possibly removing the foreign material.

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  • The rescuer sits down and lays the infant along his or her fore-arm with the infant's face pointed toward the floor and tilted downward lower than the body.

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  • After administering the back blows, the rescuer sandwiches the infant between his or her arms and turns the infant over so that the infant is lying face up supported by the opposite arm.

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  • Using the free hand, the rescuer places the index and middle finger on the center of the breastbone just below the nipple line and makes gives five quick chest thrusts.

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  • For an infant, the rescuer opens the airway using a gentle head tilt/chin lift or jaw thrust, places their mouth over the infant's mouth and nose then delivers gentle breaths so that the infant's chest rises with each breath.

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  • Once a person's breathing and heartbeat have been is coming and talk positively until professionals arrive restored, the rescuer should make the person comfortable and stay there until emergency medical personnel arrive.

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  • In the churchyard is a monument to Grace Darling (1815-1842), the brave rescuer of some of the crew of the ship " Forfarshire " in 1838.

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  • The subject of the poem is the rescue of the queen from her abductor Meleagant; and what makes the matter more perplexing is that Chretien handles the situation as one with which his hearers are already familiar; it is Lancelot, and not Arthur or another, to whom the office of rescuer naturally belongs.

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  • To constitute the legal offence of rescue, the person rescued must be in the custody of a constable or private individual, but in the latter case the rescuer must know that the prisoner is in lawful custody.

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