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Old 19 February 2012, 18:52   #1
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CPR a New Video better than Vinnie Jones!

I have found a better CPR Video:



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Old 19 February 2012, 19:51   #2
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Hi there,

must say that I did enjoy it but must say that this is out of date!!!

Seriously, the latest guidance is that mouth to mouth is not required.

After checking airway is clear etc then chest compressions at 100/min.

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Not exactly correct - but if you feel you don't want to do mouth to mouth - chest compressions is better than doing NOTHING.

We still teach Rescue Breaths on RYA Courses...

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Hi there,

must say that I did enjoy it but must say that this is out of date!!!

Seriously, the latest guidance is that mouth to mouth is not required.

After checking airway is clear etc then chest compressions at 100/min.

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One advantage if on a moving rib you could you lay them down the side of the console steer and do the compressions with your boot all at the same time
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i have to say that they are much better looking than vinnie jones
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Yes - a lot nicer - the abdominal thrust video is every bit as good...

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