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The 'get well soon Tony Currie' thread

(February 2019)

BB
BBI45 Central (East) East Midlands Today
Whilst this story reflects how suddenly things can change, it also shows how important it is to learn how to perform CPR. As Tony says: “Get trained and be ready to save a live. It can happen any time any place and you want to be able to save a life".

Chances are, you will never need to use it, but knowing how to perform CPR means that should it be necessary, you could potentially save a person's life.
And of course, the thing you must not do if the ape is enraged is the Macarena.
London Lite, thegeek and Josh gave kudos
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A former member


Perferre doing it to this one:
WH
whoiam989 World News
Alternatively, you can perform it to "Good Times" by Chic:


Or "Rapper's Delight" by The Sugarhill Gang:
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A former member
It has been reported, by his goodself, He is leaving hospital today. Smile
TC
TonyCurrie Central Reporting Scotland
Well, three PEA Arrests (Pulseless electrical acticity or cardiac arrest in Holby-speak), broken ribs (as a result of CPR), and pneumonia have not kept me down and here I am back again on DS. Yes the original plan was for me to be the last voice on BBC2 Scotland but I personally think Morag did a better job anyway. I have been enormously touched by the over 300 messages of various sorts I have had from all over the world and these helped to keep my spirits up. The staff of NHS Scotland are utterly brilliant and it is they (along with my wife Karin) who deserve the greatest acclaim. Now I'm under strict orders to stay chained to a chair and do nothing for quite a while. (Says the man who recorded tonight's edition of his 'Lively Lounge' radio show last night....) Carol Smilie (ironically my former next door neighbour) is right in that video - it's something everyone must learn. The likelihood of my coming out of hospital via the front door (as opposed to out the back in a wooden box) was only 5.9% for a single PEA and I suspect three reduced it even further. So take care out there, chums, and never put off till tomorrow whay you might only have today to do. Now where did I put that test card generator................?
The views expressed on this forum are entirely my own.
IS
Inspector Sands
here I am back again on DS.

DS!?!? Shocked Tony, have you been two timing us?! Mad

Must be the large amounts of medical grade drugs that have been floating round your system recently that's had a funny effect on you
HC
Hatton Cross Central (West) Midlands Today
Tony, as our paths have crossed a handful of times - I'm glad to have you back in action - even if its in IBA Engineering Announcements speak - on 'reduced power for the next few months'
Here's to your continued recovery, Sir.
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TC
TonyCurrie Central Reporting Scotland
here I am back again on DS.

DS!?!? Shocked Tony, have you been two timing us?! Mad

Must be the large amounts of medical grade drugs that have been floating round your system recently that's had a funny effect on you


Oooft! DS!!! You picked that up before I had a chance to correct it. You are right of course, various tubes, pipes and needles pushed half the output of the Roche factory through me while I was in the QUEH. Two corrections to the Sunday post piece - Karin didn't drag me out of the bath as she has Parkinson's and arthritis - in fact it took four wll built paramedics. And all three Cardiac arrests happened wthin a twelve hour period! More morphine, now please, Matron.....
The views expressed on this forum are entirely my own.
RO
robertclark125 Central Reporting Scotland
We got taught CPR in Biology, at High School in 1994. And I'm glad to see more defibrillators getting installed in public places. I work in a shop in a hospital, and sometimes at our branch at Kirkcaldy Rail Station, and they've recently installed one on each platform.

Now Tony, I have some relaxing viewing for you in the meantime, and for everyone else if they so wish!



SP
Steve in Pudsey Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Glad to hear that you're on the mend and in good spirits Tony!

Hope to hear you back behind the mike as soon as you're able
Write that down in your copybook now.
GM
GMc Central Reporting Scotland
Great to see you back, Tony!

Take care of yourself, and as Steve said, it'll be great to hear your dulcet tones on air when you're ready.
JW
JamesWorldNews Central World News
Awrabliddybest, Tony.
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