Hands-Only CPR video with Vinnie Jones: The European Way [ ScienceRoll]
From the 4 January 2012 posting by Dr. Bertalan Meskó
A few weeks ago, I shared a video in which hands-only Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) was described by Ken Jeong in the American way. I was a bit jealous back then but now here is our own European version created by the British Heart Foundation featuring Vinnie Jones (actor e.g. from Guy Ritchie films). Amazing!
Vinnie Jones’ hard and fast Hands-only CPR (British Heart Foundation)
- Vinnie Jones’ hard and fast Hands-only CPR (fitfor365.wordpress.com)
- A New Order for CPR, named CAB (Compression-Airway- Breathing) (jflahiff.wordpress.com)
- Vinnie Jones teaches you hands-only CPR… (stustake.com)
- Vinnie Jones’ hard and fast Hands-only CPR (osocio.org)
- Vinnie Jones: Do it Hard and Fast (medicine.com.my)
- Creative CPR ads (ivor-kovic.com)
- Here’s the British equivalent of the hands-only-CPR PSA I gave you last year… [If you’re traine… (plus.google.com)
- Making CPR Fun (and Funny) (torontoemerg.wordpress.com)
- CPR, as taught by British action star Vinnie Jones: Video (cbsnews.com)
- Hands-only CPR videos – The American Way vs. The British Way – Celebrity edition (casesblog.blogspot.com)
- Boris Loukanov: Vinnie Jones Hard and Fast Hands for British Heart Foundation Campaign (borisloukanov.tumblr.com)
January 9, 2012 - Posted by Janice Flahiff | Educational Resources (High School/Early College(, Health Education (General Public) | British Heart Foundation, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cpr, Stayin Alive
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