Would you give CPR to a person who just threw up?

yes but mouthwash after

Doing something is always better than doing nothing. If you don’t act, a person experiencing sudden cardiac arrest has a very, very slim chance of surviving.

If you do something–even if you’re not CPR certified–even if you give hands-only CPR–that person’s chances of survival increase.

No matter what the situation, remember to

1) Call 9-1-1 (or have someone else do it)
2) Check for breathing and a pulse
3) (If there’s no pulse) perform either hands-only or traditional CPR

If they’re not breathing of COURSE give CPR!
If they’re just sick and breathing normally, NO!
Oh, I see you and anybody who answered don’t know the newer method of CPR – “CPR involves chest compressions at least 5 cm (2 in) deep and at a rate of at least 100 per minute in an effort to create artificial circulation by manually pumping blood through the heart” NOT mouth-to-mouth resuscitation!
I’d don’t guess you’d want to rely on the skills laughed about here in etiquette!

different businesses like Unions or Environmental communities are not people the two. yet no person ever thinks that their loose speech rights must be banned or constrained. the two businesses of any variety have the properly suited to speech, or none do. i’m pleased with the two option.

Of course.

Saving a life is far more important that a bad taste in your mouth.

Picture it

Depending on what they had to eat and if I enjoy that kind of food after it’s been emzymed

yes, but id have to clean up his mouth first before i did that

Don’t you guys know they don’t give mouth to mouth anymore? Hahahahaha

yes but i’d probably throw up myself when i was done

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