STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Four-day long first-aid training programme, organised by Indian Red Cross Society Jammu for employees of Dabur Private Limited and Red Cross volunteers concluded here on Friday. The training programme laid focus on measures to be taken during traumas/ accidents, transportation of injured patient, management of massive bleeding, fracture, shock, heart attack, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and snake-bite besides proving necessary first-aid. Dr Shelly Mahajan, MD Anaesthesia, Medical Officer, IRCS demonstrated various techniques regarding proper handling of faint and unconscious patients. Practical demonstration of CPR/ Choking was done with active participation of all participants. Emergency technique of handling bleeding patient, fracture/accident victims was also demonstrated. The training was assisted by Kanchan Devi Sup-Pharmacist while exam was conducted by Dr Kavita Nijhon assisted by Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist. The training was conducted under the supervision of Dinesh Gupta, Honourary Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region. Dr Rajinder Thappa, who has been associated with such training programmes since long, also interacted with participants and gave various useful tips.
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