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turducken site profile image  

12/6/09 2:14 PM by turducken

Dim Mak is realRIP

xakx site profile image  

12/6/09 2:05 PM by xakx


TeamRenzo site profile image  

12/6/09 12:57 PM by TeamRenzo

RIP, hopefully he didn't have any kids

Sebastiaan site profile image  

12/6/09 12:25 PM by Sebastiaan

^Thats very sad, it could have been prevented.

Kolsyrade site profile image  

12/6/09 4:29 AM by Kolsyrade

I know this tradgedy is not hot news anymore, but after the K-1 finals...Semmys knees was not a part of the reason for death.Autopsy showed that the guy was training with pneumonia and that his lungs filled up with fluid and blood until they could not absorb enough oxygen. In effect he drowned/died of oxygen starvation.With the lungs filled, no CPR could help him.The guy should have been home in bed (or hospital), not training. But he did anyway. Probably because Semmy was there and he didn't want to miss the opportunity to train with him.

BrutalMedic site profile image  

11/25/09 7:18 PM by BrutalMedic

What I know of CPR tells me that CPR itself isn't actually a revival method, but more like a life-sustaining method until better (electrically charged) help arrives!

The Messiah site profile image  

11/25/09 4:46 PM by The Messiah


Vasechkin site profile image  

11/25/09 3:32 PM by Vasechkin

So Sad.

Darb site profile image  

11/25/09 3:29 PM by Darb

While CPR doesnt do too much to revive adults, it has great success with younger people. In addition, though the chance of reviving an adult is low, CPR does continue to circulate blood to organs, keeping them alive longer for harvesting etc.CPR also is more likely than not to break ribs.

canuck34 site profile image  

11/25/09 3:14 PM by canuck34

"CPR, done correctly, is absolutely vicious."Yep, when done properly often ribs will be broken. If you do it like you do when taking a basic CPR course you won't do anything to the victim...including reviving him.