QR code comes to life for CPR

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 30-01-2013 21:15 | Category: Health

Hartstichting - Heart Association - QR code comes to life for CPR

Good artwork from agency Publicis for the Dutch Hartstichting (Heart Association).
Don’t know what to do when cardiac arrest strikes, just like the people in the picture? Scan the picture for CPR assistance.
CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is a first aid technique that is a combination of rescue breaths and chest compressions.

The question is how much time you need to scan the image and find the answer about what to do when CPR is needed. It’s better to get one of the available first aid and CPR apps for your smartphone.
For me that’s the underlying message: be prepared.

Related CPR posts:
- Learn Hands-Only CPR on the body you want your hands on
- Vinnie Jones’ hard and fast Hands-only CPR
- CPR Makes You Undead ... #theundeading

Hartstichting - Heart Association - QR code comes to life for CPR

Via Ads of the World

Hartstichting (Dutch Heart Association)
Additional credits:
Creative Directors: Marcel Hartog, Jeroen van Zwam
Art Director: Marco Sluijter
Copywriter: Jeroen de Korte
Photographer: Arno Bosma

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