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

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Vinnie Jones shows 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.

The Hollywood hardman is starring in a British Heart Foundation TV advert urging more people to carry out CPR in a medical emergency.

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

http://www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/life-saving-skills/hands-only-cpr.aspx

Vinnie Jones shows 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.

The Hollywood hardman is starring in a British Heart Foundation TV advert urging more people to carry out CPR in a medical emergency.

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

  1. The funny thing is, when you do a St John’s Ambulance first-aid course in
    England you get shown this video as an intro to CPR.

    1. Yup, my teacher used this as well. I had a big chuckle out of it.
      (Actually, two songs could be used – it was either Sexyback – Justin
      Timberlake OR Staying Alive – The BeeGees.)

      The entire class was a sea of giggles.

  2. I had to use CPR technique described in this video yesterday! I kept going
    for about 10 min (that’s at least what I think, being is a state of shock)
    until the heart started beating and the woman gained consciousness. Truly
    scary experience, but thanks to this video i felt comfortable and kept my
    cool. In fact, there was another woman trying to do CPR, but she was doing
    it slowly and not strong enough. As soon as I noticed I insisted that I
    continue doing it. Thank you BHF for making this video. I have it on my
    phone ever since it came out on TV and after what happened to me yesterday
    I forwarded it to all my friends.

    1. I’m amazed you lasted so long, it really takes it out of you and I’d you
      can it’s recommended to switch people every 2 minutes. Good on you for
      continuing though

    2. Good work! I don’t know if I would be able to last 10 minutes – gotta get
      back into shape.

      But I still think they should teach this to every high school kid. (I
      vaguely remember doing this in high school, but that was back when it was
      still recommended to do rescue breathing!)

    1. +Phil Lewis I saw a story once about an elderly woman who tried to sue some
      paramedics because when they were resuscitating her husband, especially
      with his age, he ended up with broken ribs. He didnt end up making it even
      though the paramedics did their best and she tried to get them fired for
      causing him ‘unnecessary pain’ even though they were trying to save him

    2. Glad that Canada has Good Samaritan laws – basically even if you do damage,
      you can’t be sued for it.

      My uncle was a casualty/victim – he was choking and the 1st responder
      couldn’t clear his airway with abdominal thrusts, and he was kept alive and
      kicking with CPR. He ended up with 2 cracked ribs, but he made it! Glad
      there was a trained CPR lady there!

    1. Whilst we teach inflations and compressions for CPR this Compressions Only
      method does work. When a person collapses their Oxygen saturation levels
      are around 98% (or so I was told on a First Responder conference). A body
      at rest only uses 1% of its Oxygen per minute. So if you can keep doing
      Compressions Only CPR for an half an hour then only 30% of the casualties
      Oxygen has been used up.

    2. This is the recommended way of administering CPR if an ambulance can arrive
      soon. It is not full CPR, it’s purpose is only to keep the person alive
      until professionals can take over without the rescuer screwing it up
      because of complicated rules (people were quite often trying to recall the
      exact rules instead of starting with the CPR as fast as possible).

    1. I just got my certification in Canada. This was the video that my teacher
      used as well!

      Glad they changed the need for rescue breathing although – it’s a barrier
      that many people won’t have used!

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