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Updated Sun, 01 Aug 2021 12:58 pM IST
Jhansi. A training program was organized by the Indian Orthopedic Association on Saturday in the auditorium of Maharani Laxmibai Medical College. During this, the head of the Orthopedic Department of the Medical College, Dr. Paras Gupta said that India ranks first in the world in terms of death in road accidents. Of this, the age of 86 percent is between 18 and 60 years.
He told that every year 1.5 lakh people lose their lives in road accidents in India. Of this, 85 percent are men. If many patients get treatment in time, many lives can be saved. In the program, he informed about giving first aid to the injured person in road accident by coming to the ambulance or reaching the hospital.When and how to give CPR to the injured, in which position should he lie. When to give mouth or nose breath, given information on these points. Dr. Ajay Gupta conducted the program. Dr. RS Bhadauria proposed vote of thanks. Chief Guest Principal Dr. NS Sengar, Dean Dr. Sudhir Kumar, Principal Superintendent Dr. Sunita Bhadauria, CMS Dr. Harishchandra Arya, Dr. Amit Sehgal, Dr. Pankaj Sonakia, Dr. Arvind Kanakne, Dr. Manoj Kanakne, Dr. Arvind Bhadauria, Dr. Rakesh Tripathi, were present.