NEONATAL RESUSCITATION PROGRAMME IN COMMAND HOSPITAL (WESTERN COMMAND)

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Chandimandir : Sep 20:  The Department of Paediatrics, Command Hospital (Western Command) organized a Neonatal Resuscitation Programme (NRP) for Medical Officers and Nurses at the Sushruta Auditorium today. A total of 50 doctors and nurses underwent training on mannequins and learnt skills of neonatal resuscitation.

The NRP aims at imparting resuscitation skills in an organized and standard manner and is conducted twice a year to keep health care providers abreast of the latest developments.

Maj Gen Mukti Sharma, Commandant, Command Hospital (Western Command), an eminent Paediatric Cardiologist stressed upon the importance of regular training of all health care providers caring for newborns in this essential skill.

The Department of Pediatrics, Command Hospital (Western Command) provides comprehensive and holistic care to newborns, infants and children with facilities of Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care. Being a premier tertiary care referral hospital of the Armed Forces, Command Hospital (Western Command) strives to provide quality care to its large dependent clientele. To this extent, such training programmes help in improving the standard of care provided to the patients.neonatal-resuscitation-programme-command-hospital-western-command

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