Sunday, March 20, 2011

1 Malaysia Help & Health Campaign, MMU Cyberjaya

I joined a campaign organized by the Red Crescent in my campus last Wednesday.
somehow, i think that this event is great for me because i learned something useful on that day :)
this event is called as "1 Malaysia Help & Health Campaign".

this campaign had provided 9 services which i think is good enough to attract people to join this campaign :

1. Organ Donation Campaign
2. Blood Donation Drive
3. Free Medical Checkup
4. CPR Awareness Campaign
5. Exhibition
6. Demonstration
7. Health Talk
8. International Student Helpline
9. Food Bazaar

See Wei & I took a short visit to this campaign during our break time since we both promise Henry we'll pay him a visit.

see wei checking up for her eyes

too bad that i was wearing contact lens so i'm not able to do the check up. i seriously need to know the degree of my eyes because it has been roughly 2+ years i never update the degree of my eyes. Even when i'm wearing my spectacles at home, i still feel a bit blur when facing my laptop
well, i guess its time to change a new specs :)

next, we went to check out for...err, our foot? i don't know how should i named it but basically, it measures how good your foot looks like & my foot looks abnormal :(
the man told me my arch is kind of flat which was not suppose to be like that. hell ya!

right after, we went to check up for our spine. i passed in this!
at least, my spine is growing normally, a pretty nice "S" shape, hehe :)

alright, here comes the part that i like the most, CPR learning guided by Henry.
he's the member of RC so he personally guided both of us.

has been questioning by the so-called instructor, henry

serious-ing! ^^

this is definitely not a kiss,lol

as what Henry said, everyone is able to give CPR. for some of you, you might know the proper way of doing this & even have a qualified certificate of doing this. as for me, my purpose is just to learn & i'm glad that i know the way of doing this now.
it wasn't hard after all & i remember the way of doing.


C- Compression


B- Breathing

Err, i listed in the correct way, am I? Please correct me if i'm wrong.
we both were a bit silly because we were so excited after learning this.

my cert of participating :D

there were still others activities like fund raising for Japan, organ donation & blood donation drive. frankly, i never participate in any blood donation before. hopefully, i would be able to donate 1 day because i believe donating blood is definitely a good cause.

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Henry Tan said...

yup! everything are for good cause!
that's why i join! =p

yes. DRCAB is correct. =)

and thank you very much for supporting!
Appreciate a lot! =D

Leanne said...

how come friend saying should be DRABC huh? >.<

Henry Tan said...

haha. that's old method. =)
the new method requires compression first because the old method wasted time on doing Airways and Breathing first.

As you know, human brain cell will start to die from 4-6 minutes. And after around 10 minutes, brain cells will completely be dead.

So, considering no heart beat but your blood would still contain oxygen in the beginning, so compression to pump the blood to your brain will be top priority as the first step.

Then only give 2 breathing to blow oxygen into the lung. =)

Jean said...

both of you wearing red. coincidentally?

have a nice day! =)