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    A video of an Indian industrial security force officer going beyond the call of duty to promptly carry out CPR on a patient who collapsed at the clearance area of the Mumbai airport has gone viral, bringing him instant fame and accolades.

    New Delhi (Sputnik): An officer of India's Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is in news for his quick action in rescuing the life of a person who collapsed at the Mumbai airport after suffering a cardiac arrest. The CISF put out the video of the officer promptly carrying out Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on the collapsed person on its official twitter handle. The video of the incident that happened on Friday went viral in no time.

    CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Mohit Sharma being hailed as a hero and a savior of social media.

    The man who suffered the cardiac arrest was later shifted to a hospital in Mumbai and his condition is said to be stable, according to the ANI. CPR is an emergency procedure that combines chest compressions often with artificial ventilation to manually preserve intact brain function until further medical assistance arrives.

    Some Twitter users are demanding that Sharma should be rewarded by the government for his dedication to humanity.

    The CISF officer should be awarded for gallantry award for saving the life of cardiac person at the airport.


     

     

     

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