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    CPR or cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a life-saving technique that is performed to revive a person who has stopped breathing or whose heart has stopped beating. It is a crucial skill that can make all the difference in saving someone’s life in an emergency situation. Recently, a video went viral on social media showing how CPR saved the life of a 23-day-old baby in Koduru, Telangana.

    The incident took place when the baby was playing with her siblings and suddenly stopped breathing. The parents rushed the baby to a nearby hospital, but the doctors were unable to revive her. The baby was then taken to another hospital where the doctors also failed to revive her. The parents were devastated and thought they had lost their baby.

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    However, a local police officer who was present at the hospital suggested performing CPR on the baby. He had learned the technique during his training and knew that it could save the baby’s life. The parents were hesitant at first but eventually agreed to try anything to save their baby.

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    The police officer then demonstrated how to perform CPR on the baby, and the parents followed his instructions. They started chest compressions and rescue breaths, and after a few minutes, the baby started breathing again. The parents were overjoyed and thanked the police officer for his quick thinking and timely intervention.

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    The video of the incident went viral on social media, and people praised the police officer for his bravery and presence of mind. It also highlighted the importance of learning CPR, as it can save lives in emergency situations.

    CPR is a simple yet effective technique that can be learned by anyone. It involves chest compressions and rescue breaths that help circulate oxygenated blood to vital organs, including the brain. Performing CPR immediately after someone has stopped breathing or their heart has stopped beating can significantly increase their chances of survival.

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    Learning CPR is not just important for medical professionals but for everyone. It can be a lifesaving skill that can be used in emergencies, such as heart attacks, drowning, choking, and other situations where someone’s life is at risk.

    In conclusion, the incident in Koduru, Telangana, highlights the importance of learning CPR and the impact it can have on saving lives. The quick thinking and timely intervention of the police officer saved the life of a 23-day-old baby, and it serves as a reminder that CPR can make all the difference in an emergency situation. Everyone should consider learning CPR and be prepared to act quickly in case of an emergency.

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    Rajesh M
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