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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Essential BLS Session is being Hosted by Medica Superspecialty Hospital and Indian Museum Kolkata

News Desk, News Nation 360 : For the first time, Medica Superspecialty Hospital and the Indian Museum in Kolkata worked together to host a Basic Life Support (BLS) session. People who have completed BLS training can manage a medical emergency and potentially save a patient's life by knowing how to perform CPR. While the training cannot take the place of a paramedic or doctor, it can stop a person's health from getting worse. There were two sessions, with twenty people, including employees and other Indian Museum members. The goal of the BLS training was to provide participants with the fundamental life-saving abilities required by the American Heart Association (AHA). Dr. Indranil Das, Head of Emergency at Medica Superspecialty Hospital, was in charge of it. R. Udayan Lahiry, Managing Director, Medica Group of Hospitals, expressed that Since more than half of patients in India arrive at hospitals too late, delaying medical treatment for cardiac arrests significantly worsens health outcomes. Those who have received BLS training are equipped to respond quickly to emergencies and may even save lives. As a conscientious healthcare provider, Medica is dedicated to providing BLS training to all its employees, including housekeepers, security personnel, and kitchen staff. They will continue to offer this training in the future, having already done so at several other institutions. In addition to saving lives, providing Basic Life Support training to staff members helps companies develop a culture of readiness and safety. A trained professional may mean the difference between life and death in the most dire circumstances of a medical emergency. By providing BLS training to all employees, they reduce workplace accidents and enable people to respond quickly and effectively in any situation. Prioritising employee well-being is critical as they negotiate the post-pandemic landscape, and implementing BLS training is a critical first step in fostering more wholesome and cohesive work environments. At Medica Group of Hospitals, they are committed to enabling people and organisations to make a difference when it matters most. They acknowledge the transformative power of BLS training.

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