A tearful mum thanked Dr Ranj Singh live on This Morning today after saying that listening to his vital advice had saved her baby's life.
Mum Jane revealed that her baby son Ezra had began choking when he was eating his tea and that her first instinct had been to turn him upside down.
Speaking via video link to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield with Dr Ranj, she said that her son stopped making the choking noise.
"He went a really dark purple and I just thought, 'Oh he's stopped breathing'…" Jane paused as she struggled not to cry. "Sorry, I get a bit emotional."
"Yeah, I bet you do," Holly replied sympathetically.
"Just all of a sudden it popped into my head," she continued. "I watched a segment a couple of years ago with yourselves and Dr Ranj saying what to do when a baby choked.
"So I put him on my knee face down and did five back thrusts and they didn't work.
"But I turned him over on his front and the very first chest thrust that I did, it released what was choking him."
"Oh my god," Holly gasped.
"And then he started coughing," Jane said. "Within five minutes he was fine."
*This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV
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