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" times in a minute, and continue thus this bellows movement with the same regularity that is observable in the natural motions of breathing which you are imitating. If natural breathing be not restored, after a trial of the bellows movement for the space... "
Annual report of the operations of the United States Life-Saving Service for ... - Page 376
by United States. Life-Saving Service - 1887
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Text-book of seamanship: The equipping and handling of vessels under sail or ...

Stephen Bleecker Luce, United States Naval Academy - History - 1898 - 673 pages
...three; then repeat the same motions as before at a rate gradually increased from four or five to fifteen times in a minute, and continue thus this bellows...the space of three or four minutes, then turn the patient a second time on the stomach, as directed in Rule II. rolling the body in the opposite direction...
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Handbook for ship's medicine chest, 2nd edition, Issue 9

George W. Stoner, United States. Public Health and Marine Hospital Service - Medicine, Naval - 1904 - 101 pages
...perseveringly twelve to fifteen times in every minute—thus imitating the natural motions of breathing. If natural breathing be not restored after a trial of the bellows movement for the space of about four minutes, then turn the patient a second time on the stomach, as directed in Rule II, rolling...
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Sanitarian, Volume 52

Agrippa Nelson Bell - Hygiene - 1904
...fifteen times a minute, imitating the same regularity observable in the natural motions of breathing. 4. If natural breathing be not restored after a trial of the bellows movement for the space of four minutes, then without errupting the artificial respiration, turn the patient on the mach a second...
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Directions for restoring apparently drowned, for saving drowning persons by ...

United States. Life-Saving Service - 1909 - 11 pages
...to let the arms pass if necessary), holding them there while he slowly counts one, two, three, four. If natural breathing be not restored after a trial of the bellows movement for the space of about four minutes, then turn the patient a second time on the stomach, as directed in Rule II, rolling...
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Dr. Chase's Recipes: Or, Information for Everybody: an Invaluable Collection ...

Alvin Wood Chase, William Wesley Cook - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1920 - 593 pages
...then repeat the same motions as before, at a rate gradually increased from four or five to fifteen times in a minute, and continue thus this bellows...restored after a trial of the bellows movement for three or four minutes, then, without interrupting the artificial respiration, turn the patient a second...
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