The medic's dutys

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The medic's dutys

Well as the Medic in this regiment, I see it as my responsibility to insure that my fellow soldiers knows the most important first aid.

So, do you know how to perform CPR correctly???

Miles
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well I know it's 2 breath and something in between 10-30 chest compressions ... but more important I know WHEN to use it I-m so happy

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Jonsi
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CPR

I had heard that they were going to cut out the breaths, because when you press down on the ribcage it pushs air in and out of the lungs anyway.
I may be wrong lol.
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If I remember corrrectly it's 2 breaths and 15 chest compressions. My first aid courses are way behind Smile

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Yuke
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i'm pretty sure i was thought at least fifty but could be that i misunderstooded that

Dragoon
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of course i know. since the last year, i think it was in decembre, there comes the new fact about. 2 breaths and 30 compressions. id learned in my swimming club, with this ican do my driver license and get a job as a lifeguard at a beach. Blum 3

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I always go by the rule of 5 and 1. Nobody has died yet Smile

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2 breaths to 15 compressions ..................use only in a MI situation or when the subject has arrested .

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Nope, not a clue but my guess would be , 2 breaths and 15 chest comp. Because the numbers sound more logical to me.

When I was a little boy, I wanted to be an Animal Doctor... don't think learning CPR would've been #1 on the list of things to learn Wink

Valroe
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30 Compressions to 2 Breaths.
UNLESS,
you know that casualty has suffered Suffication. If that is the case turn the number around and start with 2 breaths, then 30 compressions.

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I believe it is 2 breaths and 15 compressions. Its been a while, but I am very sure I am right. I do remember look, listen and feel.

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Valroe
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People, it WAS 15/2. Now its 30/2.

Dragoon
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the corporal is right you HAVE TO do 30. its new, first you had to do 15 and after 30. finally there are 2 persons who knows right. Or Val? Blum 3

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SAS_Fox
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Yup it's 30/2 now. I'm fresh out of the first aid class and that's what they taught us bout CPR.

SAS_Relish
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You lot are all wrong.

This is how it is done.

I cant remember it ever failing.

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The_Baroness
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awww that is why. I learned about 7 years ago. So I am still old school.

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Well

The correct answer is 30:2. But if you can't manage the breaths, just do chestcomp...

And one thing, don't forget to dial the emergency number.....

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And one thing, don't forget to dial the emergency number.....

Using "hands-free" on the cell phone while doing it is a good thing then Smile

Dragoon
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number? number? emergency number? can you order the chips and burgers if you are bad hungry?

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Yuke
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and don't even dare to make the stupid joke:
Whats the number of 911?

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Emergency Telephone Numbers -> Includes a list sorted by continent -> country -> type

ST-MFA-
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I lernt "Yes, 2 breaths and 15 chest comp" but it was some time since I did CPR course, probebly about 4 - 5 years ago :o

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u have to know it in denmark to get ur driver lience so it is #1 Wink

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