Police Training Course in Basic Life Support at AIMS

The State Government, along with the Road Safety Authority, is planning to introduce 150-200 fullyequipped ambulances for trauma care during accidents and emergencies, Director-General of Police Jacob Punnoose said.  After inaugurating a police training course in Basic Life Support at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences here, he said the Rs 10-crore project would include training of 800 paramedical staff to support the ambulance facility. All major hospitals in the state should connect with this system by adding their ambulances on call so that an ambulance will be available every 3-4 minutes in a 5-km distance. There has only been a 30 per cent reduction in the number of road accidents - from 3,700 to 2,600 - and such a service will help link the hospitals with the police control room that could be of great service to society, he said.

Epilepsy Care Centre Launched at AIMS

The Centre for Epilepsy and Sleep Medicine was inaugurated at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences,Kochi, on Thursday by International League Against Epilepsy president Solomon Moshe.

Epilepsy Care Center at AIMS

The Center for epilepsy and Sleep Medicine was inaugrated at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences Kochi,on thursday by International League against Epilepsy presidenr Solomon Moshe.

Basic Life Support Training for Police Staff

 
 
 
 
March 17, 2010
Amrita School of Medicine, Kochi
 

A training program in Basic Life Support (BLS) & Pre-Hospital Trauma Care was inaugurated for police personnel of the Ernakulam District at Amrita’s Health Sciences campus on February 11, 2010.