National Cardiac Life support program launched at Bangalore

Narayana Health City in association with Society for Emergency Medicine, India (SEMI) and Association of Health Care Providers India (AHPI) has launched a National Cardiac Life support program. Intended for health care providers, the programme will impart training on basic and advanced life support techniques and enable practitioners to offer resuscitation for patients both within as well as outside the Hospital.

Speaking about introducing this training programme, Dr. Devi Shetty, Chairman Narayana Health said, “The objective of this training program is to ensure that all healthcare providers are trained in life-support techniques and well prepared for any emergency situation to save a life. We had a very encouraging response and with the support from AHPI and SEMI, this program will be taken to various parts of the country reaching out to a large section of healthcare providers in the country that will change the way emergency is handled in our country.”

Modeled on the lines of international courses conducted in USA, the ‘Make in India’ programme has been conceptualized adopting the valid international guidelines and adapting to unique scenarios that occur in India. The first-of-its kind training programme was hosted at Narayana Health City and launched by Dr. Devi Shetty, Chairman …

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