British Heart Foundation – Vinnie Jones’ hard and fast hands-only CPR

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Vinnie Jones is back in the British Heart Foundation's new TV advert, showing us how hard and fast Hands-only CPR to Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees can help save the life of someone who has had a cardiac arrest.

In this new advert Vinnie meets Alan, who is alive today because of Hands-only CPR.

British Heart Foundation - Vinnie Jones' hard and fast hands-only CPR

http://www.bhf.org.uk/handsonlyCPR

Vinnie Jones is back in the British Heart Foundation's new TV advert, showing us how hard and fast Hands-only CPR to Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees can help save the life of someone who has had a cardiac arrest.

In this new advert Vinnie meets Alan, who is alive today because of Hands-only CPR.

12 thoughts on “British Heart Foundation – Vinnie Jones’ hard and fast hands-only CPR

  1. Can I just say that this advert is dangerously irresponsable and promotes a
    stupid and ineffective way of resuscitating people. Someone who’s heart has
    stopped and isn’t breathing needs oxygen which is why the normal mouth to
    mouth/ chest pumps method has always been the best way. BHF what are you
    playing at?!

  2. BrendanBlues you are an ill informed idiot. The chest compressions pump the
    oxygenated blood around the body. The average heart attack casualty already
    has plenty of oxygen in their body – they die because it doesn’t pump
    anywhere! Please ignore what BrendanBlues is saying he is an IDIOT!! Do
    what Vinnie says and you will save someone’s life.

  3. I know that the methods for CPR change again and again, but I’ve recently
    updated my senior first aid certificate (Royal Life Saving Society –
    Australia) and they have told me that rescue breaths are no longer needed,
    it is more important to just start the compressions. I’m not sure what
    everyones current knowledge on CPR is, but it’s changed from what I’ve been
    taught from 30:2 compression/breathing to just compressions alone.

  4. As what yourweddingdance said, its also because most people dont want to do
    CPR because they think they have to do rescue breaths, which is what people
    really dont want to do because its ‘disgusting’. What BHF are trying to do
    is get people to atleast do something, even just the compressions are
    better than nothing.

  5. Chest pumps cause a degree of air exchange in the lungs. The air you breath
    into a person when you do rescue breathing has already had some of the
    oxygen taken out of it by your body and the fact that you have to stop
    pumping blood to do a rescue breath all mean that hands only CPR delivers
    more oxygen to the body. Counter intuitive though. I was totally agianst it
    untill someone pointed out that you use a chest pump to clear a blocked
    airway when you can’t use a J thrust for some reason.

  6. what that advert suggests to me is that if someone has “collapsed” you
    should be a ‘hard nut’ and bounce on their chest!!… breaking ribs more
    than likely… and the person doing the chest compressions probably hasn’t
    even checked to make sure the casualty isn’t breathing. This advert is
    irresponsible and I’m sure it wont be long until the court cases start
    rolling in!

  7. This advert is fantastic. it’s memorable, it’s funny and it’s already saved
    at least 28 lives. I hope nobody ever has to perform CPR, but if they come
    across someone who has had a heart attack, they’ll know what to do.

  8. Except for that whole part about “checking for responsiveness” It’s in the
    ‘full’ version of this commercial, the one that actually aired on the
    television.

  9. “Would you rather have broken ribs, or be dead?” A question given during a
    first aid class, given by a paramedic with ~10 years of active duty at
    crash scenes etc… the range of motion needs to be pretty big. :/

  10. Chest compressions are most important. If the cas has only been down for a
    few mins, do pumps first, this is good for about 5-7 mins. Then best to
    give some oxygen & continue pumps. Cracking a rib is OK, but a little
    backoff then.

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