A friend sent me this, and I thought it was pretty interesting. And, you're welcome. Glad to plant the song in your mind so that it incessantly plays for you. Ah - ha - ha - ha . . . . Stayin alive, Stayin alive........
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Subject: Re: Stayin' Alive Fri Oct 17, 2008 8:27 am
Dr. Matlock wrote:
listening to "Stayin' Alive" helped 15 doctors and medical students to perform chest compressions on dummies at the proper speed
Well yeah, but what if the person you're working on is reasonably bright? :scratch:
And is it okay to sing along? I mean, if the CPR doesn't work, I'd hate to think that the person's last memory will be of me warbling, "Well you can tell by the way I use my walk I'm a woman's man, no time to talk." :sing:
Subject: Re: Stayin' Alive Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:45 pm
Rob, sing along if you like - But, there may be consequences if you happen to be off key that day. 1. If the injured person survives, they may be traumatized for the remainder of their days. 2. If the injured person doesn't survive? They'll haunt you.
Pam!! :Hahaha: It didn't work. Stayin Alive is still in my head. Ah ha ha ha . . . .
Farmer Girl..... :haha: It's just that the song is hard to get out of your head once it's in there. It's a terribly catchy tune!