CPR lesson from Vinnie Jones

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-17 1. RedBulletProof commented 8 years ago

Ok...ok.... good advices there... But those two guys chewing gum like a cow are making me sick... :|
I mean, you can be a tough guy and still hawe some class... :| ;)
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+7 2. TitvsCaivs commented 8 years ago

The British are yet again trying to be smarter with their 999 number when the rest of Europe uses 112?
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+26 3. pogworm commented 8 years ago

999 in the UK is the world's oldest emergency call service
+ calls are also accepted from 112 in the UK.
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+10 4. beerholder commented 8 years ago

Get us a cup of tea, would you, Errol?
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+7 5. dave9191 commented 8 years ago

#2 just like #3 said, the UK 999 is the oldest emergency number in the world, dating back to 1937. So why didn't the rest of europe follow suit?

Also, I don't know about all European countries, but in Poland you have

999 Ambulance
998 Fire
997 Police

So you can't say the rest of Europe uses 112.
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+25 6. dushan commented 8 years ago

british humor :D universal, simple and effective, "staying alive" and vinnie jones for cpr training :D
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-9 7. Burimi commented 8 years ago

CPR: An emergency exercise that helps concerned onlookers feel useful while the victim expires.
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+3 8. msavio008 commented 8 years ago

He can speak!!! #GoneIn60Seconds
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+10 9. fjwjr commented 8 years ago

#7 I've actually used this and brought someone back 5 times before the ambulance arrived. The guy is still alive 15 years later. It works. Maybe you would just stand there, but others wouldn't.
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+2 10. LQoQK commented 8 years ago

In United Arab Emirates we have 999, 997, 911, 112, so I guess you want have a problem calling the emergency line
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+2 11. Xionbox (moderator) commented 8 years ago

#5 Could it be because 112 forces you to dial at least one different digit, preventing pocket calls? Just like 999 was useful at the time of rotary dials.

In addition, it's not because it's old that it's good, e.g. empirical units of measurements.
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+8 12. joeman commented 8 years ago

"...that's about 2 inches in old money."
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+4 13. tacojuans commented 8 years ago

Fun Fact you can use Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" instead of "Staying Alive", since they both have the beats needed to do chest compressions >:)
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+2 14. ughlah commented 5 years ago

999 was a stupid number back in the day of turntable phones, cause the 9 took second longest, so other countries switched to 111 and 112. 911 became a stupid compromise. Wish they would get a standard now that the dialing works differently
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+1 15. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

#14 I was thinking the same thing, on a rotary phone why make it the longest possible combination to dial during an emergency. That's government for you! LOL
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0 16. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

where is the breathing only cpr?>:)
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0 17. woodhatch commented 2 years ago

#14 and #15, it took the same amount of time to send the number 9 as it did the number 1 on a dialled system because of the analogue manner of the electrical pulses down the line. It may have seemed longer because the dial itself needed to rotate further but it didn't make any difference in the actual connection speed.
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0 18. thefox commented 2 years ago

#17. That is incorrect. The rotary dial phone produced a series of make and break pulses which were sent down the line to the exchange and operated a mechanical switch for each digit dialled. You can see each switch in action here, note how larger value digits take longer to travel up the switch stack. So 999 did take longer to connect a call than 111 for example, but the difference is just a couple of seconds.