非常為我們的克萊爾感到驕傲，她是心臟科的副主任醫師，當她看到一名男子在聖伊夫的一家商店外暈倒時，她開始與其他人一起進行心肺復甦，挽救了他的生命。ðŸ¥°https://t.co/7XTTEKycoS - 皇家帕普沃思醫院NHS FT ðŸ'™ (@RoyalPapworth) June 30, 2022 BBC對外部網站的內容不負責。在Twitter上查看原始推文
Miroslaw Dziadosz, 54, had the cardiac arrest shortly after leaving a shop in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, on 21 June. He did not breath for eight minutes.
Ms Chapman, from the Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Trust, said she was "glad I was there at the right time".
Very proud of our Claire, deputy sister in cardiology who was off duty when she saw a man had collapsed outside a shop in St Ives and began performing CPR alongside others, saving his life ðŸ¥°https://t.co/7XTTEKycoS — Royal Papworth Hospital NHS FT ðŸ’™ (@RoyalPapworth) June 30, 2022 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. View original tweet on Twitter
Ms Chapman had "just been shopping for tea that night" when she saw a group of people as she left the shop.
"I went over and saw that someone had collapsed, checked his pulse - which wasn't there - and saw that all the colour was drained from his face," she said.
"Instinct kicked in and I went into auto pilot, performing CPR in rotation with a couple of other people and we managed to get Mr Dziadosz breathing again."
Ms Chapman, who has worked on the hospital's cardiology wards for 12 years, was reunited with Mr Dziadosz the next day at work.
Mrs Dziadosz said: "The doctor said that without Claire's actions my father-in-law would not have survived.
"If it had to happen, we are so glad it happened when it did, when people were about to help."
Ms Chapman said: "You hope to never use your CPR skills but it is so important we are all trained in case this happens - I am just glad I was there at the right time."