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One sign of cardiac arrest is described as agonal respiration. This occurs when a person is making a gasping or gulping motion and it is not breathing normally. Agonal breathing occurs in 40% of early cardiac arrests. Knowing when a person is agonal breathing can prevent aggressive CPR attempts.