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Saturday, August 23, 2008

First Aid begins!


Mid-way through the first day. I thought it started at 0900 and I was early; unfortunately it actually started at 0830 and I was late.

That guy at the bottom left has been my partner for a lot of activities. He's about 6'4-ish, and a good 220 pounds. So he's got over a foot and a hundred pounds on me. That was interesting, for the choking scenarios, hehe :)

Those little torsos are strewn all over the room and it looks like a creepy futuristic battlefield...

2 comments:

MKS said...

LOL what the heck is on the movie screen? I work at a First Aid/EMS training institute... so I'm doubly curious!

Remember... push hard and fast. That's all you'll ever need to know! Oh and those pesky ABC's.

;)

undergrad RN said...

LOL it's true. My right wrist is swelled up and super tender. All in a day's work, saving lives, I suppose :D

I think they are showing us how to do CPR via video? We didn't receive very much actual *instruction* in this course...

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