The Heroic Act of This Man Saved an Asthmatic Toddler Using Improvised Nebulizer While on a Plane! [VIDEO]

People ********* from asthma should not forget to bring their ultimate weapon, nebulizer or inhaler, because you have no idea when and where asthma will kick off.

There are numerous factors that can trigger asthma and you will definitely feel difficulty in breathing when asthma attacks.

Nebulizer are used to treat asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, and other respiratory disorders or *******.

There is an event wherein a toddler was having an asthma attack while boarding a plane and what happened next will blow your mind.

The flight will be 7 hours before arrival but at around 4 hours in the plane, a toddler was having hard time breathing as the toddler is ********* from asthma attack. Unfortunately, they have no any medications with them.

Luckily, there’s this doctor named Khurshid Guru who made an improvised nebulizer to save the toddler from a critical state.

Dr. Khurshid Guru is a robotic surgery doctor from the Roswell Park ****** Institute and he is one of the passenger of Air Canada going to United States from Spain.

The plane has inhaler but it is meant to be used by adults. Surprisingly, Dr. Guru attached oxygen tank and inhaler into an empty plastic bottle. The improvised nebulizer worked and the toddler gradually showed improvements and the toddler’s breathing has normalized.

In case that this event happened, what Dr. Guru did can be helpful to other or to yourself. You can also be hero from saving other’s life.

If there is no inhaler or other medications available to treat asthma, paper sack can also be very helpful to normalize difficulty in breathing. All you need to do to breathe in the paper sack.


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Source: TNP

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