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    Doctor, pedestrians or vehicles constable feted by government for saving two lives

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    Doctor, pedestrians or vehicles constable feted by government for saving two lives

    Hyderabad: A person who holds Ph.D. degree and a pedestrians or vehicles constable who saved two precious lives while performing their duties by doing significant CPR during a figure with rounded sides curving inward at the top cerebrovascular accident were felicitated by the government on Wednesday.

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    Warangal District Medical and Health policeman Dr Venkata Ramana and constable Rajashekhar were felicitated by Health Minister T Harish Rao, Municipal Administration Minister KT Rama Rao and Labour Minister Ch Malla Reddy during the inauguration of CPR grooming programme at GVK-EMRI.

    Dr. Ramana was on work that you are obliged to perform in the ‘Prajavani’ programme in the collector’s business office in Warangal. Suddenly an aged adult female fell unconscious in the casual or unexpected convergence large building for meetings or entertainment. On noticing this, he rushed and provided cardiopulmonary resuscitation and saved her . Dr. Ramana said he had saved three lives so at a long distance. The DMHO recalled how he had saved a human being from snake-bite in Warangal during his divine service. He stressed on the indigence to have got a fit lifestyle with in accordance with fixed order or procedure physical exercise, avoiding nutrient with carbohydrates and fats. “Healthy lifestyle will keep diseases kilometres away from people”, he said.

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    The pedestrians or vehicles constable attached to Rajendranagar police post gave CPR to a member of a state and saved his . His motion of hands or body was applauded by many after the video recording of his doing CPR went viral on living together or enjoying life in communities media. Rajashekhar said police personnel are taught CPR during their grooming. When he saw a individual unconscious, he could do CPR as he had accumulation of knowledge or skill of doing it. He said everyone should memorize this so that they can save up precious lives.

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