Morgon77 yesterday I did a first aid course too and the person doing the course told us you have to call it "chest thrusts" now as that guy who's name we can't use is suing people for using his name.
I also find it quite funny that on Wikipedia it states he has objected to the name "abdominal thrusts" on the grounds that the vagueness of the term "abdomen" could cause the rescuer to exert force at the wrong site.
It really seems stupid though for someone to be made so famous worldwide for this amazing procedure that has saved millions of people's lives to want to sue over people using his name, it makes him look like some real cruel heartless idiot.
Imagine if some of the other great inventors and Dr's of our time had sued over their name being used. My condition (Asperger's Syndrome - named after Hans Asperger) would have to be renamed to something like HFASD. electrical current couldn't be called Amperes, possibly the best one would be Thomas Crapper's invention (LOL!) - the end of the phrase "I'm going for a ....".
He should take his fame like other famous people and be really glad it's helping people, most people only get famous for five minutes, but to have something named after you means you will possibly be famous until the extinction of the human race which is something you should really be proud about, not suing people over to make a quick buck.