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Rami_Radwan07/02/2020 21:19

I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You …I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You never know when and where it might help someone.


Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less than you could in the private health care system but the truth is whatever your position, you should earn a hell of a lot more than you do. Thank you for your service, and thank you for helping people.
I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You never know when and where it might help someone.
HavocLP08/02/2020 08:22

Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke …Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke his ribs while CPR.Please don't help me after getting it online.Sorry, just to make it clear. I also encourage everyone do have a go. But just keep in mind it's not always that easy so whatever you will do (hopefully no one will have to) make it right or don't do it. Sometimes better not to try rather than couse damages.


Actually that's completely the wrong attitude. Because if someone is in cardiac arrest, you're essentially dead. And you're worried about a few broken ribs when you wake up? I know a lot of patients who have survived with broken ribs afterwards and trust me, it's the least of their concerns.
furiousjammin07/02/2020 21:38

Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less …Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less than you could in the private health care system but the truth is whatever your position, you should earn a hell of a lot more than you do. Thank you for your service, and thank you for helping people.


Appreciate your kind words.
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Thanks OP. Everybody should learn things like this.
Rafael.P07/02/2020 20:58

Thanks OP. Everybody should learn things like this.


Well said
I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You never know when and where it might help someone.
Civil procedure rules ?
Rami_Radwan07/02/2020 21:19

I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You …I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You never know when and where it might help someone.


Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less than you could in the private health care system but the truth is whatever your position, you should earn a hell of a lot more than you do. Thank you for your service, and thank you for helping people.
furiousjammin07/02/2020 21:38

Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less …Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less than you could in the private health care system but the truth is whatever your position, you should earn a hell of a lot more than you do. Thank you for your service, and thank you for helping people.


Appreciate your kind words.
Which ones are free?
sufy12307/02/2020 21:46

Which ones are free?


All the ones that say free under them
Its American but doing one course anyway... thanks OP
I would like to do a course in person at some point, does anyone have any recommendations?
Do you get certificate in post? How much is the exam fee? Is this a recognised body offering these courses?
Edited by: "1ks" 7th Feb
This is amazing. Thank you
Rami_Radwan07/02/2020 21:19

I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You …I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You never know when and where it might help someone.


Same and i agree with you
furiousjammin07/02/2020 21:38

Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less …Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less than you could in the private health care system but the truth is whatever your position, you should earn a hell of a lot more than you do. Thank you for your service, and thank you for helping people.


I totally support that
Rami_Radwan07/02/2020 21:19

I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You …I work for the NHS, and I'd encourage everyone to take this. Please. You never know when and where it might help someone.


Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke his ribs while CPR.
Please don't help me after getting it online.

Sorry, just to make it clear. I also encourage everyone do have a go. But just keep in mind it's not always that easy so whatever you will do (hopefully no one will have to) make it right or don't do it. Sometimes better not to try rather than couse damages.
Edited by: "HavocLP" 8th Feb
HavocLP08/02/2020 08:22

Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke …Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke his ribs while CPR.Please don't help me after getting it online.Sorry, just to make it clear. I also encourage everyone do have a go. But just keep in mind it's not always that easy so whatever you will do (hopefully no one will have to) make it right or don't do it. Sometimes better not to try rather than couse damages.


Actually that's completely the wrong attitude. Because if someone is in cardiac arrest, you're essentially dead. And you're worried about a few broken ribs when you wake up? I know a lot of patients who have survived with broken ribs afterwards and trust me, it's the least of their concerns.
arCuThEDOWDr07/02/2020 22:10

I would like to do a course in person at some point, does anyone have any …I would like to do a course in person at some point, does anyone have any recommendations?


See if you can volunteer as a first-aider with your employer. They will then send you on a course for free. I did mine with St John's Ambulance, and would recommend them, although I've got colleagues who did it with The Red Cross, and they also enjoyed their courses.
HavocLP08/02/2020 08:22

Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke …Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke his ribs while CPR.Please don't help me after getting it online.Sorry, just to make it clear. I also encourage everyone do have a go. But just keep in mind it's not always that easy so whatever you will do (hopefully no one will have to) make it right or don't do it. Sometimes better not to try rather than couse damages.


Broken ribs are often unavoidable in a real CPR situation, my son is a Paramedic (NHS) and tells me that ribs getting broken is very commonplace during life and death CPR.
Edited by: "Uridium" 8th Feb
You need to order them sequentially, as doesn't like more than 1 free in each basket..

Got all 5 courses free, and unlike udemy I'll actually use them due to the certification part.
Edited by: "Giwin" 8th Feb
Courses like this should be mandatory for every citizen!

It’s scary to think how many people would have absolutely no idea what to do in a medicemergency.
Rami_Radwan08/02/2020 08:29

Actually that's completely the wrong attitude. Because if someone is in …Actually that's completely the wrong attitude. Because if someone is in cardiac arrest, you're essentially dead. And you're worried about a few broken ribs when you wake up? I know a lot of patients who have survived with broken ribs afterwards and trust me, it's the least of their concerns.


I second this. I've broken 3 ribs and dislocated the sternum.. the guy survived and because he was coked up, he was back to threatening to 'do me in' despite saving his life! His mother on the other hand couldn't thank me enough. 15 mins is a loooooong time waiting on an ambulance when it's a scenario like this. Trust me !
Savvysaver708/02/2020 10:13

Courses like this should be mandatory for every citizen! It’s scary to t …Courses like this should be mandatory for every citizen! It’s scary to think how many people would have absolutely no idea what to do in a medicemergency.


It's down to money, to make it affordable training should be free and certificates an optional extra.
You can get free BLS within the NHS as staff already. We have to do it every year as part of our mandatory training.

I agree the general public should be more aware and trained to do this, as well as older school children.
Edited by: "gabesdad" 8th Feb
johnny_russell08/02/2020 12:42

What was the comment?


He said paramedics getting assaulted and doesn't know what kind of people who do it when they're saving you're life I think
Thanks. Signed up.

All the videos are on their Youtube channel.

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Do you get free NUS card with this ?

Kindest regards
HavocLP08/02/2020 08:22

Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke …Had some, real ones with phantom doll. At first most of our group broke his ribs while CPR.Please don't help me after getting it online.Sorry, just to make it clear. I also encourage everyone do have a go. But just keep in mind it's not always that easy so whatever you will do (hopefully no one will have to) make it right or don't do it. Sometimes better not to try rather than couse damages.


CPR is essentially manually massaging the heart. Unfortunately, you have to do this through a fairly rigid rib cage - something of a design flaw in homo sapiens I'm sure evolution will do something about, eventually.

In the mean time, breaking a few ribs, except in the young whose bones are more flexible, is more or less impossible to avoid, whilst still being maximally effective. You really *need* to put your back into it.

Just - in the panic - be sure your diagnosis is sound and CPR definitely is required!
Edited by: "dazigster" 8th Feb
Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a human!

Thursday 16th November 2017 at 8:10 am, a day I shall never forget. I looked outside my window to see an old man fall forward face down, it was a field with nobody else around, he had had a cardiac arrest. I carried out CPR for over 20 minutes and paramedics came, he was put into an induced coma for quite some time. He survived. He would likely not have survived if I had not got to him within that first minute or so. I work in the NHS and have to do compulsory CPR training. I'm so grateful that I had an idea of what to do. Everybody should learn this.
amanda.f08/02/2020 14:24

Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a …Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a human!Thursday 16th November 2017 at 8:10 am, a day I shall never forget. I looked outside my window to see an old man fall forward face down, it was a field with nobody else around, he had had a cardiac arrest. I carried out CPR for over 20 minutes and paramedics came, he was put into an induced coma for quite some time. He survived. He would likely not have survived if I had not got to him within that first minute or so. I work in the NHS and have to do compulsory CPR training. I'm so grateful that I had an idea of what to do. Everybody should learn this.


Two guys at work refused to do CPR on a fella that turned up at work collapsed at the wheel. Couldn't believe it. "We haven't had training in 20 years" nor have i, but I would still have tried. Made me so mad.
I've just completed the CPR, AED and First Aid course within a couple hours. Feels great to be better prepared, and always a great thing to add to the CV - Thanks OP!
Uridium08/02/2020 09:33

Broken ribs are often unavoidable in a real CPR situation, my son is a …Broken ribs are often unavoidable in a real CPR situation, my son is a Paramedic (NHS) and tells me that ribs getting broken is very commonplace during life and death CPR.


Would much rather have your son tell me my loved one is ok except for a few broken ribs than tell me that my loved one is dead but in one piece.
Rami_Radwan08/02/2020 08:29

Actually that's completely the wrong attitude. Because if someone is in …Actually that's completely the wrong attitude. Because if someone is in cardiac arrest, you're essentially dead. And you're worried about a few broken ribs when you wake up? I know a lot of patients who have survived with broken ribs afterwards and trust me, it's the least of their concerns.


Depends which country you're in.

USA - he's probably right.

Kindest regards
furiousjammin07/02/2020 21:38

Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less …Thank you. You work for the NHS, which means you probably earn a lot less than you could in the private health care system but the truth is whatever your position, you should earn a hell of a lot more than you do. Thank you for your service, and thank you for helping people.


He's probably earning the extra pocket money in the private sector too, don't you worry...

Kindest regards
amanda.f08/02/2020 14:24

Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a …Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a human!Thursday 16th November 2017 at 8:10 am, a day I shall never forget. I looked outside my window to see an old man fall forward face down, it was a field with nobody else around, he had had a cardiac arrest. I carried out CPR for over 20 minutes and paramedics came, he was put into an induced coma for quite some time. He survived. He would likely not have survived if I had not got to him within that first minute or so. I work in the NHS and have to do compulsory CPR training. I'm so grateful that I had an idea of what to do. Everybody should learn this.


Absolutely amazing!! Thanks for sharing
backyard08/02/2020 15:04

Two guys at work refused to do CPR on a fella that turned up at work …Two guys at work refused to do CPR on a fella that turned up at work collapsed at the wheel. Couldn't believe it. "We haven't had training in 20 years" nor have i, but I would still have tried. Made me so mad.


I hope somebody had a go and he survived!
I do however understand that they may have been frightened to have done CPR, it is quite honestly the scariest experience of my life, I am still not quite over the experience myself even though there was a good outcome. I couldn't move for days after, couldn't even lift my arms up. I do have PTSD type symptoms, however I wouldn't hesitate to do it again, although hopefully will never have to!
amanda.f08/02/2020 14:24

Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a …Never in a million years did I think I would ever need to do CPR on a human!Thursday 16th November 2017 at 8:10 am, a day I shall never forget. I looked outside my window to see an old man fall forward face down, it was a field with nobody else around, he had had a cardiac arrest. I carried out CPR for over 20 minutes and paramedics came, he was put into an induced coma for quite some time. He survived. He would likely not have survived if I had not got to him within that first minute or so. I work in the NHS and have to do compulsory CPR training. I'm so grateful that I had an idea of what to do. Everybody should learn this.


You saved a life. As far as I'm concerned you are a hero. Well done.
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