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10th Aug '17 7:47:35 AM Spindriver
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* ''Webcomic/DangerouslyChloe'': In [[http://www.dangerouslychloe.com/strips-dc/i-can-still-save-her these]] [[http://www.dangerouslychloe.com/strips-dc/supposed-to-be-dead strips,]] Teddy (in his female form of Teddi) uses minimal CPR to save the victim of a drug overdose -- something that's ''really'' unlikely in real life.



* ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'': Demonstrated briefly [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/2011/09/30/09302011/ here.]]
* ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' mentions "CPR" [[http://www.stickydillybuns.com/strips-sdb/juicy_man_lips here,]] but it appears from that and subsequent strips that this doesn't even mean "real" Hollywood CPR -- just some brief mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.


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* ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'': Demonstrated briefly [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/2011/09/30/09302011/ here.]]
* ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' mentions "CPR" [[http://www.stickydillybuns.com/strips-sdb/juicy_man_lips here,]] but it appears from that and subsequent strips that this doesn't even mean "real" Hollywood CPR -- just some brief mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
3rd Aug '17 5:20:40 PM caivu
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* In ''ComicBook/BatwomanRebirth'', Safiyah performs CPR on Kate after Kate falls off a ship and almost drowns during a botched heist at sea. Aside from being soaking wet, Kate recovers almost immediately (and doesn't, for example, vomit water).
12th Jul '17 12:22:47 AM Doug86
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'', the 90s AnimatedSeries: When Cyclops passes out after a couple seconds' exposure to ''toxic gasses'', Rogue gives him CPR to return him to normal and it never comes up again. (However, she gains his uncontrollable EyeBeams from the KissOfLife.) This is especially silly since Rogue's power, in addition to giving her the abilities of the person she touches, also sucks "life force", which you'd think someone far enough gone to need CPR wouldn't really have to spare.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'', ''WesternAnimation/XMen'', the 90s AnimatedSeries: When Cyclops passes out after a couple seconds' exposure to ''toxic gasses'', Rogue gives him CPR to return him to normal and it never comes up again. (However, she gains his uncontrollable EyeBeams from the KissOfLife.) This is especially silly since Rogue's power, in addition to giving her the abilities of the person she touches, also sucks "life force", which you'd think someone far enough gone to need CPR wouldn't really have to spare.
3rd Jun '17 3:25:50 PM darkemyst
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* In ''[[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]]'' when Tim returns to Paris to try to complete his training and has it interrupted ''again'' by ComicBook/LadyShiva killing his instructor he follows Shiva's target back to her home country and when Shiva is killed in the resulting confrontation Tim is able to easily revive her with CPR which leaves her owing him a life dept he later uses to get her to leave her intended victim alive.
31st May '17 8:02:31 PM nombretomado
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* [[TheWheelOfTime Rand al'Thor]] provides this for Mat Cauthon in the abandoned city of Rhuidean after the latter has been hanged. It's almost comical in that Rand probably shouldn't know about it (it's thousands of years in the future, but after a massive apocalypse) and that Rand gets it so badly wrong (probably even in-universe; Rand's only seen it performed on a drowning victim, so he goes through a lot of motions clearly meant to get water out of the lungs). Mat gets better anyway. Must be ta'veren at work.

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* [[TheWheelOfTime [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime Rand al'Thor]] provides this for Mat Cauthon in the abandoned city of Rhuidean after the latter has been hanged. It's almost comical in that Rand probably shouldn't know about it (it's thousands of years in the future, but after a massive apocalypse) and that Rand gets it so badly wrong (probably even in-universe; Rand's only seen it performed on a drowning victim, so he goes through a lot of motions clearly meant to get water out of the lungs). Mat gets better anyway. Must be ta'veren at work.
31st May '17 10:49:47 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Deconstructed in the famous two-part story where Spider-Man first fights the Juggernaut. After the villain yanks Madame Webb from her life support device, Spidey uses rescue breathing on her until the paramedics come, and she is clearly much worse for wear once she is stabilized, taking months to recover. (Although she doesn't suffer the brain damage the doctor feared she would.)
22nd May '17 9:38:20 PM zaphod77
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* In BladeAndSoul, summoners teach their pet CAT to perform CPR on dead characters. The cat hops on the dead character and performs hollywood style chest compression, despite no really having enough weight or strength to do it. It's not even constant with the cat pausing every few seconds. If not interrupted (takes 20 seconds), the dead character is always successfully revived, no matter how long they have waited, as long as the character has not released the corpse and respawned. It's adorable.
13th May '17 6:07:41 PM GardenGoblin
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* ''AWorldLessVisible: '' Has a fairly realistic portrayal. The recipient has his ribs broken, it only barely gets his heart going, and they have to get it going a few more times in the ambulance. He doesn't wake up until a few days later.
26th Apr '17 4:10:31 PM TheBigBopper
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* Guts performs CPR on a drowned Casca at one point in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}''. It's curious enough where he learned to do that in the DungAges, but it resuscitates her after a few repetitions all the same.

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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': When Guts performs CPR on a drowned pulls Casca at one point in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}''. It's curious enough where out of a river after they fall off a cliff, he learned gets her to do that in start breathing again and cough up the DungAges, but it resuscitates her water she inhaled after a few repetitions all the same.including mouth-to-mouth. Not only is it clean, pretty, and reliable, but how Guts knows CPR despite living in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy world is a bit of a mystery.
26th Apr '17 8:19:29 AM Silverblade2
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* In ''SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker: Last Laugh'', Nightwing, believing that Robin has been eaten by Killer Croc, goes in an all-out frenzy and beats up the Joker to the point where his heart stops beating. Fortunately, Batman stops Nightwing in time before the Joker collapses, almost nearing death, and the Dark Knight resuscitates him using CPR in order to stop Nightwing from stooping down to the Joker's level as a murderer.

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* In ''SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker: ''ComicBook/TheJoker: Last Laugh'', Nightwing, believing that Robin has been eaten by Killer Croc, goes in an all-out frenzy and beats up the Joker to the point where his heart stops beating. Fortunately, Batman stops Nightwing in time before the Joker collapses, almost nearing death, and the Dark Knight resuscitates him using CPR in order to stop Nightwing from stooping down to the Joker's level as a murderer.
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