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Thursday, November 3, 2011

INDIAN RESUSCITATION GUIDELINES 2011


The need for an Indian version of resuscitation guidelines has been an important need that has eluded us in the past. Many efforts have been also been made to move towards addressing the bigger need of a Resuscitation Council for India. The former goal is met herein, while the latter is something that we must all work together to achieve… in the near future.

This guideline is built upon the efforts of many people and efforts over the years, many people who nudged us and have expressed a desire for some direction and standard. It proved difficult to immediately hoist this as a national effort due to complexities of society boundaries, communication and differing interests. Thus a decision was made, that took fruition, at the First National Convention on Resuscitation organized by Indian Society of Anesthesiologists at Mangalore in 2007 when luminaries in the field, from different societies decided to work in together to set things right.

We acknowledge the following societies for taking a bold step forward; we thank the various boards and office bearers, and expect continued support from…
Indian Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)
Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM)
Society of Emergency Medicine India (SEMI)
International Trauma Care – Indian Chapter (formerly ITACCS)
Indian Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Anesthesiologists (IACTA)
GVK EMRI (Emergency Management Research Institute)
Academy Of Regional Anesthesia (AORA)
South Asian Society on Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis (SASAT)

Many have helped and given their valuable insight and support and we thank them all. In particular the members of the working group who these guidelines over the
are

Prof M. Ambareesha
Dr. J. Balavenkat
Dr. Parvinder Chawla
Dr. J.V. Divatia
Dr. R. Gopinath
Prof P.F. Kotur (Secretary)
Dr. Ram Rajagopalan (Vice Chairman)
Dr. P.S.N. Raju
Dr. B.K Rao
Dr. Rajanarsing Rao
Dr. Srinivasa Rao J
Dr. Mahesh Vakamudi
Dr. S. Manimala Rao (Chairperson)
Dr. P.F. Kotur (Secretary)
Dr. K. Balakrishnan
Dr. V.P. Chandrasekaran ( PRESIDENT, SEMI )
Dr. D. Dasgupta
Dr. N. Ganapathy
Dr. Rebecca Jacobs
Dr. Vibhavari Naik
Mr. Sivaram Rajagopalan (Coordinator)
Prof. T.V. Ramakrishnan (PAST PRESIDENT, SEMI)
Prof S. Manimala Rao (Chairman)
Dr. G.V. Ramana Rao
Dr. K.R.N. Tagore

MR SIVARAM RAJGOPALAN
COORDINATOR, INDIAN RESUS GUIDELINES

Website : www.resuscitation.in


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