Artificial Respiration: the back-pressure arm-lift method (1952)
- Artificial Respiration: the back-pressure arm-lift method (1952)
This is digital copy of a black and white 16mm film titled, "Artificial Respiration: the back-pressure arm-lift method". It is created by Seminar Films, Inc. and is copyrighted in 1952. The film is only a little bit more than 6 minutes long. The film shows, through the use of two young men, how to do artificial respiration using the back-pressure arm-lift method. It has a voice over that explains the method. Dr. Peter V. Karpovich of Springfield College did research and writing on this method of artificial respiration.
- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
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College Archives Digital Collections
Peter V. Karpovich Papers
Karpovich, Peter V.
Educational/cultural films & video
- 16mm; Black and White; 00:06:18
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