A young woman is in trauma, having just been in a car accident. The staff works to stabilize her.
In the ER, she is stable and the nurse is cleaning her off while trying to calm her. The doctor checks her stats and a technician adjusts her ventilator.
Later, she codes and they work to revive her. The give her deep compressions, mouth to mouth and fluids. Eventually, they use the defibrillator on her until finally reviving her. She is still in danger, so they continue to work to stabilize her.
In this education video, a woman at the office starts choking. Her coworkers try to help her, but she eventually starts passing out. They lay her up on her desk and she becomes unresponsive. They panic, try CPR, but eventually another co-worker who knows more helps them out. They give her CPR for a while, then use the AED.
In this education video, a woman is choking. Her co-workers come to her aid, successfully using abdominal thrust to eject the foreign substance. In another version of the scene abdominal thrusts are not working. They get her on the desk, where she goes out. They remove her clothing and use CPR to eventually revive her.