Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Security personnel at airport get CPR tips from hospital staff

Aurangabad: After a CISF jawan deployed at the Mumbai International Airport saved a passenger’s life with emergency Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), airports across the country are training their CISF staff on the life-saving skills.
A GMCH team recently facilitated CPR training for the CISF staff posted at the Aurangabad airport .

In a letter issued to the medical superintendent, Kailash Zine, at the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), A Manna, deputy commandant of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Aurangabad requested on December 13 for a team of doctors to conduct the CPR training for the CISF personnel deployed at the Aurangabad airport.

Subsequently, a lecture-cum-training programme on CPR was held at the airport on December 14. The head of department of anaesthesiology at GMCH Rajashri Sonawane, along with a team of 15 doctors and paramedics, imparted the CPR training technique to a unit comprising of 80 CISF personnel, which was followed by a practice session.
18/12/18 Times of India
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