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Kiai Defibrillation is a variant of a standard Kiai designed to resuscitate someone whose heart has stopped beating.
This is performed by placing one or both hands over the target's chest and performing chest compressions while releasing Kiai or weak energy blasts directly at the target.
This is first seen in the live action movie Dragonball Evolution, where Roshi uses the Kamehameha to revive Goku, who was shot and mortally wounded by a shape shifting Mai.
In Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, Piccolo uses it to revive Gohan after he is critically wounded by Frieza.
He later attempts this again on Goku, who had just been killed by Hit's Flash Fist Crush. However, Piccolo stops as he senses the Ki Blast Goku fired before his death.
In the Tournament of Power, Goku uses a Super Saiyan Blue-empowered, godly ki infused version of the technique on Master Roshi after he is incapacitated after defeating Ganos.
Piccolo revives Gohan after his heart stops beating.
Piccolo attempts to revive Goku.
Goku attempts to revive Master Roshi.
Goku enhancing his Kiai Defibrillation with godly ki.