Defibrillator for La Digue hospital given hospitality lodge

Defibrillator for La Digue hospital given hospitality lodge



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La Digue Island Lodge has made a gift of a defibrillator apparatus to the Logan Hospital in a recent ceremony immediately. Two sets of the equipment are purchased, and one is being kept in the hotel in case of emergency.

The defibrillator (RESCUE SAM) can be used on victims of sudden heart arrest when the patient is subconscious and unresponsive or not breathing. It really is designed to be easy to use, portable, plus battery-operated. Voice prompts and visible indicators provide a simple interface for that operator. It is capable of recording occasion information including ECG and SHOCK/NO-SHOCK recommendations.

The monetary gift ceremony of the equipment (made within Italy) was conducted in the existence of Dr . Edgardo Faure, exactly who came from Italy to train the resort staff to use the defibrillator. When it comes to hospital staff, the training was not essential, because they already know how to use it (previously they had a similar machine, but it has been out of order for a long time).

“ La Digue Lodge is always committed to supporting the neighborhood community. We believe this devices will be of vital use to the particular hospital’ s provision of principal care for residents suffering from heart-related illnesses, ” said Daniel Payet, the particular Operations Manager of the hotel.

PHOTO: Mr. Daniel Payet, Operations Manager of Una Digue Island Lodge, together with Doctor Faure handing the defibrillator in order to Dr . Dimgba and Mrs. Helen Cousin (nurse in charge) associated with Logan Hospital in La Digue.

 

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