Ayodhya, Jan 22: In a remarkable display of timely medical intervention, the BHISHM Cube of Project Arogya Maitri, a state-of-the-art mobile hospital deployed in Ayodhya, played a pivotal role in saving the life of Ramkrishna Srivastava, a 65-year-old .
Srivastava suffered a heart attack and a sudden medical emergency during the Pran Prastitha event, collapsing unconscious.
The IAF’s Rapid Response Team from the BHISHM Cube, evacuated Srivastava within a minute of the incident, thereby capitalizing on the critical golden hour – the first hour following a traumatic injury or medical event, which is crucial for successful emergency treatment.
Upon initial assessment, Srivastava was found to have dangerously high blood pressure, recorded at 210/170 mmHg.
The team diagnosed him correctly and treated him as per the appropriate protocol.
This prompt treatment led to a significant improvement in his condition.
The BHISHM Cube's advanced facilities and skilled medical personnel ensured that Shri Srivastava received hospital-quality care on-site, stabilizing his condition effectively during the golden hour.
This crucial intervention allowed for his safe transfer to the civil hospital for further observation and specialized management.
The success of this intervention highlights the vital role of mobile hospital units like the BHISHM Cube in providing immediate, high-quality medical care in emergency situations, particularly in scenarios where time is of the essence.
Project Arogya Maitri emphasizes the efficiency and capability of the mobile hospital in handling such critical situations effectively.