Prevent needless deaths
Needless Death And Injury:
You are at home, office, or traveling and all of a sudden your loved one, your colleague, or your friend collapses without warning and is lifeless on the ground.
What do you do…? You panic and become clueless; a sudden cold wave moves across your body and you don’t know what to do? You are in a “catch-22” situation, on whether to stay with them or to run for help. You yell and beg for help and finally somehow you drag him/her to a car or an auto and rush him/her to a nearby hospital, which is around 20 mins away, and by the time an Emergency Physician attends, valuable time is lost. And “A brain death happens in less than eight minutes, once it stops getting proper oxygenated blood.” In this case, the heart stops pumping blood or a respiratory arrest happens because of an obstruction or choking. If all this happens in the proximity of a hospital and if you are lucky to get out of the heavy traffic that has no rules or facilities for emergency vehicles, it’s well and good.
But if you reach a hospital that doesn’t have a proper Emergency or Causality department, without trained physicians or support staff, and you are asked to stand out and you don’t know what’s happening inside. By the time a doctors attend the victim, it would be almost one hour since he/she collapsed, unfortunately missing the Golden hour. By now you would try to reach someone over phone and convey the incident. After minutes of silence, in a soft, humble voice, some one from inside the causality would approach you and say, “We are sorry…its too late, If you could have managed to get him/her a little earlier, we could have done something to save his/her life. He has suffered a cardiac arrest and a timely CPR would have made the difference.
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