I heard about this on the radio this morning. It's really good
the 2 blokes in the back dancing crack me up! lol
On my last first aid course two years ago we were told if we didn't fancy, or couldn't due to injury, carry out mouth to mouth, then don't bother. The chest compressions shift enough air. Takes a little while for these things to perculate!
I couldn't get past the title of this thread cos all I saw was - "Vinnie Jones hard and fast"
Read it on BBC News website this morning - and was laughing at the recommendation to do it to the BeeGee's "Stayin' Alive"
Does that mean you then get a doctor doing "Tragedy" if it doesn't work?
Well it's certainly an improvement on what I was taught...Nellie the Elephant!
I've have this theory that every other blue moon, someone manages to resuscitate using cpr and whatever they did becomes the new standard. So, if someone was brought back by dancing a jig on their chest, that would become the new prescribed method. Truth is, unless it's a child, then the best cpr can do is keep the blood flowing until a defribrillator is used.
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