Training Programs

Basic Resuscitation Protocols

Basic life Support is a basic technique of saving lives during emergency situations. At a very basic level, BRP involves securing the proper circulation, airways and breathing of the patient to keep them alive until an ambulance or other medical professional can arrive on the scene. In many countries a large number of population is BRP trained.
This type of medical training is essential for medical professionals, and is usually required for those with jobs as teachers, daycare providers, social workers and security guards. However, with nearly 50% of heart attack deaths occurring outside of a hospital every year, it is up to a bystander to know when it’s appropriate to perform BRP, thus making it extremely important that they have knowledge of what skills are needed to be performed.
Basic Resuscitation Protocols (BRP) is a level of medical care used in emergency, life-threatening situations until the victim can be cared for professionally by a team of paramedics or at a hospital. It can help people who are choking, drowning or are suffering from cardiac arrest, and it can make the difference between life and death for some people.
Unfortunately situation is altogether different in our part of the world. Even our healthcare providers are not trained in basic resuscitation procedures. Keeping in view the situation Muslim medical mission is providing
BRP training to healthcare professionals, as well as different segments of society who are somehow related to key areas of responsibilities. Alhamdulillah we have trained thousands of our healthcare providers up till now.
 

Short Course on Trauma

 
Training of healthcare providers in trauma care is very essential in countries like us. For a trauma system to have the maximal survival benefit, severely injured patients must survive long enough to reach trauma center care. This objective is challenging, particularly in more rural environments where discovery and transport times might be prolonged. In this context, a component of care delivered in either lower-level or no designated centers is critical.
In our setting even trauma training is missing at secondary and tertiary level hospitals. After identifying this gap we designed our need based Short Course on Trauma (SCOT).It focuses on essential steps of training for helping people afflicted by trauma. We have also made a program for strengthening role of paramedics in better management of trauma patients before and after presentation in trauma care center.