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CPR and Defib Training

Posted by Bob1746 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Bob1746 - 3 years ago

I don't .....it's you that's saying that....I think you've had too  much red wine.....wise up, get a grip and go away......

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

so why are you stood infront of a chopper with four bars brranleur i dont like it ive beeod you make me illn sierra leone bosnia kosovo iraq afghan like i said contact me i god you make me feel sick

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

 

 been operational with it too you dontt listen why would you claim to be a paramedic

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Posted by Bob1746 - 3 years ago

Ok, your a super hero, attended lots of courses....you have your certificate.....you have actually used a defibrillator?......your not interested in attending a session.... others are, so do me a favour, if you've nothing more sensible to say....find another discussion......pilots wear bars, not paramedics....end of discussion.....bye

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Posted by Bob1746 - 3 years ago

It's ok...found one.....sigh....

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

yes thankyou i have been in Royal fleet auxillarys hospital ships also coast guard rescue medical facilty north sea Marine rescue international oriana fire fighter advanced endorsed by hampshire fire brigade your stood infront of a chopper with four bars no paramedic has four bars hems or royal navy air force , i have used plenty of different equipment email me directly if you want to question my competece and for the last time croix rouge run courses in french and english txt

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Posted by Fitter - 3 years ago

Hmmm- Sounds interesting as long as nobody has to volunteer to be the dummy.........!

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Posted by Bob1746 - 3 years ago

Sorry, I'm totally baffled, don't know what your on about, if you have a certificate no worries, but do me favour, don't turn out to me......regardless of the instructions, by the time you've read them you've lost ten minutes.........you frighten me to death...I take it you've used a defib real time?....like your instructors? On second thoughts, don't reply....and for gawds sake make sure they don't have a pulse before you start CPR.....happy days.....

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

i dont need to i have certificate from croix rouge in english an french they speak english like i said!

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

i do speak french abd have done the course instructors are bi lingual no worries de fibs have english and french instructions plus diagrams, re first post if you had rendered someone unconcous the gendarmes will have you in custody from a fellow first aider fire coxswain