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Resus UK - LifeSaver - Interactive Crisis Simulator

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Re: Resus UK - LifeSaver - Interactive Crisis Simulator

Post by bernicarey »

I've just seen that it's now been updated with a new Scenario for a young person needing CPR/AED action.
I have spotted 2 errors in the script :shock: , one minor and one quite significant.

I urge everyone to try the new 'Harry' Scenario, see how you get on, and if you spot the significant script error.

The minor one is simply that you really should get a bit further back between breaths than the 1" they did; it's a lot easier for you to take a breath if you're not hunched forward over the casualty, plus it might not be too pleasant if they suddenly vomited into your ear...

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Re: Resus UK - LifeSaver - Interactive Crisis Simulator

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I hope you have given them feedback on that Berni?

That's not something I would've spotted at all.

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