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CPR given to baby elephant by Thai man

CPR given to baby elephant by Thai man

Last week, Mana Srivate, a Thai man used CPR, the rescue tactic on an injured baby elephant. The elephant had been hit by a motorbike on a road in Thailand. The collision occurred when the elephant was crossing the road with its herd. Witnesses captured Mana’s efforts on camera as he sprang into action to help the elephant. The elephant finally got up back on its feet 10 minutes later.

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Thats not how CPR works, first of all. And assuming he did get ROSC on an elephant it wouldn't be up and walking away. Likely the elephant aas never in cardiac arrest, and the CPR was unnecessary. It's possible he did help it breathe though, as CPR does push air out of lungs and create a negative air pressure, to pull air into the lungs.

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