International Journal of Advanced Research in Medicine
2019, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
Peripheral resuscitation centers in developing countries and role of emergency physician: Present day need
Author(s): Chandra Radhika Rani, JS Tharun Chowdary, Kilari Sunil Kumar, Koneru Ravindra Nath Tagore and SSC Chakra Rao
Abstract: The study aim is to analyse and understand the opinion of doctors regarding present-day need for the Peripheral Resuscitation Centers at every 6-minute radius, which consists of a setup, and COLS and BCLS trained individuals. Study also designed to know the acceptance of the concept of "Peripheral Resuscitation Centers" as present-day need among the doctors. This study carried out among the 100 number of doctors in Guntur medical College and General Hospital, Guntur, Aayush Hospital, Vijayawada, Katuri medical college and hospital, Chinnakondrupadu, Guntur, Private Practitioners of Guntur and Vijayawada Cities who are selected by simple random sampling. A semi structured questionnaire was used to collect the data. The Idea of 'Peripheral Resuscitation Center' is supported by 86%. A total of 61% agreed Peripheral Resuscitation Center is practical alternate to training COLS and BCLS to everyone. 50% told Peripheral Resuscitation Center ensures scene safety. 82% agreed delay in resuscitation is decreased. 54% agreed CPR quality is improved and 62% agreed that increased effort of resuscitation is achieved. 57% agreed that other people got motivated to learn. 64% thought that training all citizens in developing countries in COLS and BCLS is impossible. 41% believe that any individual adequately trained can successfully run Peripheral Resuscitation Center and 36% believe Peripheral Resuscitation Center Needs Physician.The study implication may insist to establish the Peripheral Resuscitation Centre in all rural and urban areas of India and to train all medics and paramedics to improve the survival and after the trauma or cardiac arrest in patients from the outside the hospital. This will definitely help in early recognition of life-threatening problems and to provide early treatment thereby reducing mortality.
Chandra Radhika Rani, JS Tharun Chowdary, Kilari Sunil Kumar, Koneru Ravindra Nath Tagore, SSC Chakra Rao. Peripheral resuscitation centers in developing countries and role of emergency physician: Present day need. Int J Adv Res Med 2019;1(1):71-74.