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  • 90 emergency procedures
    作者: benen005 | 发布时间: 2020-07-25 22:28:57 | 点击量: 143
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    Hey Peter. Do you know how to do CPR?

    (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitaion)


    I've been meaning to get around to it for ages. Like learning CPR and first aid,

    especially now (that) have a child.


    Right.


    Just in case there's an accident at home and I feel helpless. But I'm guilty. I still

    haven't done it. Do you know how to do it?


    I don't know and I think it's something that's really important to know these days.


    Sure.


    If an emergency occurs in the home, I wouldn't really know what to do, I guess.


    I've watched lots of these self-help videos on UCC sites, like when a baby's choking,

    what you should do and things like that.


    Okay.


    Like a mini Heimlich maneuver or just banging them on the back in the right area.

    海姆利克氏操作法

    Rghit.


    But you know the problem with those is if you don't learn the course in a hands-on way,

    you forget really easily, because you're just passively watching a video.


    Right, that's true. And at the moment you're in such panic you don't know how to organize

    your thoughts, what you learned and really apply it.


    I think the best thing is to know the emergency number in whatever country you're living in.


    Right.


    When I first came to Korea I just assumed that emergency numbers were the same everywhere

    In the UK, it's 999 for everything, the abbulance, the fire brigade, the police, it's all one number.


    But here in Korea, I think they've got 112 and 119.


    Yes, that's right.


    I still don't really know the difference.


    I think in that case you just press on of them, right? And in the States, it's 911.


    Right, yeah. It's the other way round, like 119 for some things in Korea.


    But at home, I make sure to have a first aid kit just in case there's an emergency, 

    cut my finger, or if somebody gets hurt. I have my first aid kit to really just help

    them out.


    Yeah, until professional help arrives.


    Right, exactly.


    Just to tide them over.


    Yeah, exactly. So, I'll have to look into a CPR class. Maybe we can do it together?


    Yes, let's do that.



    helpless : powerless, weak

    choke : strange, suffocate

    hands-on : firsthand

    maneuver : action, procedure, measure [məˈnuːvə] require skill

    passive : uninvolved

    brigade: army, crew, group


    get around to (doint something)

            meaning to do for a long time

        I wanted to go to the exhibit but never got around to it.

        Sometime soon, I'll get around to learning French.

        My brother never gets around to cleaning his room. It's a pig pen!


    (for) ages

        We haven't talked to each other for ages.

        It's been ages since we met!


    tide over (until something)

        I had to get a loan to tide us over until our business started to do well.

        Dont' worry, we'll tide over this difficulty soon.


    look into something

        I'll look into what happened.

        We're looking into the possibility of starting a business together.


    I am most familiar with CPR, because when I was in the boy scouts a long time ago, 

    I actually learned CPR.


    Breathing, airway, circulation. So, B A C.


    So please make sure you actually take a class on CPR before you actually attempt it.







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