FIRST AID PARAMEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA
FIRST AID PARAMEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA is devoted to save the lives of the rural people from any accident or sudden illness by providing first aid and advice through its first aid provider/ rural health advisor as we know Every year in India, according to government figures, around 200,000 people die from road traffic accidents. In the past decade alone, more than 5 million Indians have been severely injured or are now living with a disability from road traffic accidents.
Government data shows that 50 percent of road traffic deaths in India could have been prevented, had the injured received first aid within the first hour after the accident. However, many accident victims are unable to access timely care and prevent further disability due to the lack of first aid medical care & emergency medical services in many parts of the country especially in rural area of the India .Villagers and general public are often the first to respond to a road traffic accident and could play a vital role in supporting accident victims and fill the gap in India’s emergency response system. But many of them lack of the first-aid skills needed to stabilize a patient until an ambulance arrives.Emergency medical care and first aid care is still evolving in India and there’s still a long way to go. The primary reason why many people die on the side of the street waiting for help is because the first aid care is not being addressed as effectively According to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly 5.8 crore people are dying due to heart stroke in the world in a year.
स्वास्थ्य एवं परिवार कल्याण मंत्रालय भारत सरकार द्वारा टेलीमेडिसिन प्रैक्टिस के लिए 14 मई 2020 को (सं. भा. आ. प.-211 (2)/2019(नैतिकता)/100659.) द्वारा जारी दिशा-निर्देश