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Basic and advanced life support training session organized in collaboration with American Heart Association at KGMU
A workshop on Life Support System was organized on Wednesday under the banner of American Heart Association at KGMU ie King George’s Medical University in the capital. 60 people, including resident doctors and nurses from the Department of Medicine, Dental, Pediatric, Endocrine, Mental Health, Respiratory Medicine, Queen Mary received training. Terming the training as very important in terms of critical care medicine and advanced life support, Prof. Rajni Said that this training will definitely prove to be important in making the patients admitted to the ICU aware of the specifics of the need during the training.
All the participants including KGMU VC Bipin Puri involved in the training session
The ongoing collaboration of American Heart Association and KGMU since 2017 –
Prof. Rajni informed that more than 5000 people of all medical colleges of UP have taken training in International Training Center. Through this training center all the medical colleges of Uttar Pradesh are getting benefited. During this time University Vice Chancellor Bipin Puri and Medical University Dean Professor Uma Singh and Dean Dental Dr. Ranjit Kumar were present.
01 black fungus patient admitted in 24 hours
Amidst the fear of a third wave of corona, patients of mucormycosis ie black fungus are still being admitted to King George’s Medical University. KGMU spokesperson Dr. Sudhir said that a patient was admitted on Wednesday with severe symptoms. So far KGMU 546 patients have been admitted for the treatment of black fungus. In the last 24 hours, apart from admitting 01 patient, 05 patients have also been discharged. During this time 1 patient has also died due to black fungus. Deceased 70 The year old is being told. Although the university administration is now also making claims to control the black fungus. It also argues to be the most successful in treating its patients in the state.