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Posted: 07 October 2012 06:16 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 16 ]
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George - 07 October 2012 05:32 AM

As a nurse, Asanta, all you really need is to know the song “Stayng Alive,” by the Bee Gees. Supposedly, when you are performing CPR and try to restart the heart, the best way to stay close to the tempo of the recomended 100 pushes per minute is to keep humming the song.  wink

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR0aZX1_TD8

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Posted: 07 October 2012 08:07 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 17 ]
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StephenLawrence - 07 October 2012 06:16 AM
George - 07 October 2012 05:32 AM

As a nurse, Asanta, all you really need is to know the song “Stayng Alive,” by the Bee Gees. Supposedly, when you are performing CPR and try to restart the heart, the best way to stay close to the tempo of the recomended 100 pushes per minute is to keep humming the song.  wink

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR0aZX1_TD8

Cool!  grin

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Posted: 07 October 2012 11:48 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 18 ]
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George - 07 October 2012 05:32 AM

As a nurse, Asanta, all you really need is to know the song “Stayng Alive,” by the Bee Gees. Supposedly, when you are performing CPR and try to restart the heart, the best way to stay close to the tempo of the recomended 100 pushes per minute is to keep humming the song.  wink

Classes have been using that song for about 6 years now to teach BLS (CPR)  smile

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