Emergency Medical Assistance to Road Accident Victims in Twin Cities

trafic-policeHyderabad: The two-wheelers will now provide basic emergency medical assistance to road accident victims in twin cities. Which will be fitted to the 250 two-wheelers of traffic police? The first-aid kit will help police personnel in techniques like bleeding control, handling seizures and cardiac arrest symptoms (CPR). “Most traffic cops of Cyberabad and Hyderabad are now trained in BLS.
While attending to external injuries, it is an important part of the training programme. Special emphasis has been given to training the traffic police personnel in crowd handling during emergency situations. This training will be useful for both the police and the public,” Mr. Jitender said.
“In case of road accidents, victims usually get into a state of shock and without adequate training, policemen are unable to handle the situation. Life can be endangered due to lack of training and hence, the training is aimed at addressing this issue,” Rajeev Menon, CARE Hospitals Group Chief of Medical Services said.

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