Girls students of YUWA , an NGO, which works to empower girls by combating child marriage, illiteracy and human trafficking in Jharkhand, got a first-hand experience on the basic life support (BLS) training program on 10th June, 2015.
Dr. Vijay Mishra, Head - Critical Care with his team educated the students on how they can help accident and non-trauma medical emergencies victims.
Dr. Noon, explained to the students about the importance of supply of oxygen to the brain and for heartbeat. He taught the students the importance of artificial breathing.
Dr. Nilesh Mishra talked about sports injury and other first aid techniques. The students were also explained on how to feel the pulse in the hand and under the neck and press the chest to supply oxygen and shake the body if immobile and insensitive by Dr. Manjula.
Sister Binu ensured that each student learned the skill and technique of providing artificial breathing to the patient. The training was supported by photos, video and practical sessions by hands on training of resuscitation on adult and infant mannequins.
It was an excellent experience after staying three nights at Medica. I will be visiting this hospital if needed and also refer othersMr.S. Majumdar
All staffs are very cooperative. A place of care, peace – home like feeling. Thanks MedicaMs.Chowdhury
Entire management and staff of the hospital are hard working. Keep it upMr. Duru
All staff members are very nice and friendlyMr. S Sethi
I am a retired employee of Coal India Ltd. My company has tied up with your hospital along with other hospitals all over India. But I have chosen Medica as your service is goodMs. S Dawn