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Twenty one percent, which is the equivalent of room air.

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Air normally contains 21% oxygen. During rescue breathing this drops to 16%.

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Typically 16% oxygen is delivered during rescue breathing. Air is made up of 21% oxygen so the 16% you exhale is still adequate.

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16-18 percentage

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