Rescue Breathing, 1962

“Rescue Breathing” is an instructional film demonstrating CPR and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation techniques.

In the film a number of scenarios are used as examples including a drowning, an electrocution and a child choking. The film emphasises the importance of learning rescue breathing techniques.

This film was digitised as part of a special project to preserve 'at risk' audio-visual archives.

Title: Rescue Breathing Date: 1962

Producer: Arthur E. Jenks Series: NRS-4911 Health education films.

Film ID: NRS4911_AO_Film_170_A000021624 (9mins 45sec)

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