PP Rolley So
Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere, without proper knowledge in giving immediate medical attention or CPR, lives could be lost. CPR helps keep oxygenated blood flowing to the brain and other crucial organs until normal heart rhythm is restored. Chances of survival double if CPR is administered within the first two minutes of cardiac arrest. Therefore, if you administer CPR seconds after the cardiac arrest, the body will suffer less and can resume normalcy in a short time.
The Rotary Club of Manila Midtown, in partnership with the Federation of Fil-Chinese Fire Rescue, Emergency & Civic Association conducted training on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on team leaders of several organizations held at Geronimo St. Sampaloc Manila. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, 20 participants were taught on proper way of conducting CPR while observing minimum health protocols.
After the lecture, five participants took turns to perform CPR on the dummy, so proper posture and depth of compression can be visualized. The event was headed by Life Changing President James Ong together with Service Project Director PP Rolley So.