A young woman is in the hospital. They do an evaluation on her, then let her rest. Shortly, she codes. They rush in and start life-saving procedures. They give mtm and chest compressions. After a while of that, they add the defibrillation. With nothing seeming to work, the nurse suggests they inject epinephrine strait into her heart. It is risky, but they do it anyway. Suddenly, she is back, confused, but alive. They work to stabilize her.
A parent calls 911 after finding his daughter unresponsive. The paramedics arrive and start resuscitative measures. They start mouth to mouth and chest compressions. After a while her clothes are cut off. Later, they switch to an ambu bag. After a few minutes of no response, they try shocking her. Nothing. They try again and keep trying. In between shocks, they do CPR. Finally, after several minutes they bring the girl back.
Trixi is found unresponsive in her apartment. The medic moves her from the bed to the floor, then does CPR with MOUTH to MOUTH and chest compressions. Eventually, she is revived.
In the ER, she is stable and the nurse tries to keep her calm while monitoring her vitals. She is wearing an oxygen mask. She goes into arrest. He starts manual compressions right away. Then he removes her mask and uses and ambu bag. After a while of compressions and manual breathing, he inserts a trach tube and then attached the ambu bag to it. He continues giving compressions, breathing, then starts defibrillation. After a while of working on her, she is revived. He removes the trach tube and gets her back on oxygen and tries to calm her down.