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Old 04-22-2015, 01:20 PM   #1
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Heimlich Maneuver - Need To Know

This is an important Food and Kitchen Safety Tip:



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Old 04-22-2015, 08:11 PM   #2
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Got to love the practical sides You Tube offers besides rock n' roll and chillin' and grillin'. Thanks PF.
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PF, thank you for posting those videos. I suspect that most of us have an idea of how to do it, but repeatedly looking at videos of how it is done helps keep it fresh. Most of us, luckily, will never need to know.

And if anyone ever pounds me on the back again while I am coughing I might just pop them one.
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PF, thank you for posting those videos. I suspect that most of us have an idea of how to do it, but repeatedly looking at videos of how it is done helps keep it fresh. Most of us, luckily, will never need to know.

And if anyone ever pounds me on the back again while I am coughing I might just pop them one.
As a nurse I have to re-certify yearly, I have it hardwired. I don't think you can review it too many times and hopefully never need it.
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I remember when Poo was old enough to attend first aid classes. He was 13 at the time. He learned the Heimlich Maneuver and what to do if someone was having a heart attack. He couldn't wait to come across someone who was in distress and he could use what he had learned. It was his first intense intro to medicine. And he loved it. He was hooked.

But this information is always good to know. Everyone should learn it in high school.
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I remember when Poo was old enough to attend first aid classes. He was 13 at the time. He learned the Heimlich Maneuver and what to do if someone was having a heart attack. He couldn't wait to come across someone who was in distress and he could use what he had learned. It was his first intense intro to medicine. And he loved it. He was hooked.

But this information is always good to know. Everyone should learn it in high school.
Ah, but grasshoppah, can you take a loaded gun out of someone's hand when they are pointing it at you? 'Tis an easy thing to do. Hope I never have to, and you never have to either. But I do practice the technique. Judo is a good thing. My favorite throw is called Hariah Goshe. Look it up on YouTube. Many of the Judo throws are pretty amazing, and quite entertaining to watch.

Heimlich, I've reviewed and have had training. Resuscitation, well the rules have changed since my last training class. I need to get that under my belt again.
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Ah, but grasshoppah, can you take a loaded gun out of someone's hand when they are pointing it at you? 'Tis an easy thing to do. Hope I never have to, and you never have to either. But I do practice the technique. Judo is a good thing. My favorite throw is called Hariah Goshe. Look it up on YouTube. Many of the Judo throws are pretty amazing, and quite entertaining to watch.

Heimlich, I've reviewed and have had training. Resuscitation, well the rules have changed since my last training class. I need to get that under my belt again.
I found it spelled, "Harai Goshi". That's one of those throws where being short doesn't give a person and advantage.
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I found it spelled, "Harai Goshi". That's one of those throws where being short doesn't give a person and advantage.
True enough. But it's a powerful throw that uses your own kinetic energy, to unbalance and throw your opponent. And when practiced, it's very quick and effective. And yeh, I know how to use it better than I know how to spell it. Another fun throw is, and this will probably be mispelled as well, Morotai Saynagi, or, shoulder throw. We usually practiced Epon Sayanagi in class though. It's more common.

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I guess either of those throws could be used to slam somebody and remove whatever is choking them.
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True enough. But it's a powerful throw that uses your own kinetic energy, to unbalance and throw your opponent. And when practiced, it's very quick and effective. And yeh, I know how to use it better than I know how to spell it. Another fun throw is, and this will probably be mispelled as well, Morotai Saynagi, or, shoulder throw. We usually practiced Epon Sayanagi in class though. It's more common.

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