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Police now equipped to save lives with CPR
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Police now equipped to save lives with CPR

In India, one in five people die due to coronary heart diseases. With an aim to reduce this alarming figure, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre started an initiative to train Mumbai Police on the occasion of World Heart Day. DNA, 1 month ago

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Dwayne Johnson's 'San Andreas' role helped a boy save a life

A 10-year-old boy saved the life of his little brother by using the CPR methods he learned while watching Dwayne Johnson's "San Andreas". Johnson took to social media to praise Jacob O'Connor, after the Detroit-area youngster helped saved his two-year-old ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Dwayne Johnsons San Andreas role helped a boy save a life  Asia Net India2 months ago Dwayne Johnson's 'San Andreas' helps 10-year-old save toddler's life  Business Standard2 months ago

Ways to Improve Survival Among Cardiac Arrest Victims

If emergency medical dispatchers give chest compression-only CPR instructions over the phone, more people will survive cardiac arrest.
 Med India1 week ago CPR Training Gives More Confidence to Actually Perform One  Med India1 month ago

Cardiac arrest survival odds may rise with public CPR training

For the study, researchers examined survival odds in North Carolina after a statewide program was initiated in 2010 to train community members, patients with heart disease and their families to do chest compressions. Among other things, the program also ...
 Reuters1 month ago Training Public in CPR and Defibrillators Improve Survival Rate  Med India1 month ago

Men more likely to receive CPR in public than women

Sun, Nov 12 2017 03:15:17 PM New York, Nov 12 (IANS): If someone experiences a sudden cardiac arrest in public, gender may play a big role in getting bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Researchers sat that men are more likely to receive bystander ...
 Daiji World6 days ago
Med India

Heart Safe Program Enhances CPR and AED Use in Participating Communities

by Kanimozhi Tamilselvan on August 22, 2017 at 9:46 AM Hospital News People in heart safe communities who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) are four times more likely to have chest compression and twice as expected to have automated external ...
 Med India2 months ago
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Is your heart strong enough for sex?

1 in 100 men and 1 in 1,000 women experience sudden cardiac arrest during sexual activity. Those worried whether your heart health is strong enough for between-the-sheets sessions can now take a sigh of relief as according to a new study, heart-stopping sex is pretty uncommon. While sudden cardiac arrest, or SCA, results in more than 300,000 deaths each year in the United States, fewer than 1 per cent were linked with sexual activity. In fact, only 1 in 100 men and 1 in 1,000 women experience ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Don’t worry about ‘tongue swallowing’ in cardiac arrest victims  Reuters1 month ago
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Meet India's 'barefoot' lawyers!

Geetanjali Krishna looks at how one organisation’s unique idea is helping marginalised communities to gain legal access. IMAGE: Namati trains selected local stakeholders to become ‘barefoot lawyers’ who can understand, use and shape the laws that affect them. Photograph: Kind courtesy Namati In the relentless march towards development, disempowered tribal people, fishermen and forest dwellers often find their homes and livelihoods endangered by industries, ports, roads ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

How diplomacy works in the digital era

'The digital age has forced diplomats to be less formal and more accessible, reaching out to ordinary people both within and outside their countries, combining statecraft with streetcraft,' says former foreign secretary Ambassador Shyam Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   Tom Fletcher, a former British diplomat, has explored the practice of diplomacy in the digital age in his book, Naked Diplomacy. He has traced the birth of diplomacy to that Stone Age encounter when one of our ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Med India

Racial Difference Influences First Aid After Cardiac Arrest

by Julia Samuel on September 1, 2017 at 8:12 PM Heart Disease News Compared to people who live in predominantly white neighborhoods, those who live in predominantly black areas are much less likely to receive CPR or defibrillation. Surviving cardiac arrest ...
 Med India2 months ago
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