Resuscitation is the method of addressing physiological disorders (such as loss of ventilation or heartbeat) in critically sick people. It is a crucial component of emergency surgery, trauma surgery and internal medicine. Well-known cases include chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is an interim solution that always incorporates chest compression with oxygen therapy in an attempt to take care of maintained brain control sequentially till further action will be taken to ensure optimal blood circulation and breathe to a person who has heart failure. It is recommended for those who are not responsive with no breathing or abnormal breathing, e.g. agonistic breathing.

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