PELATIHAN BANTUAN HIDUP DASAR (BASIC LIFE SUPPORT) BAGI MAHASISWA UNIVERSITAS PATTIMURA PADA PANDEMI COVID-19

  • Ony Wibriyono Angkejaya
  • Beytriks Pattiasina
  • Marthen Matakupan
  • Annastasia Ohoiulun
Keywords: Bantuan Hidup Dasar (BLS), Pandemi COVID-19

Abstract

Cardiac arrest is a very important global health problem, in which a quick initial assessment and a correct
and fast response can prevent death or disability. In 2018, the incidence of heart disease in Maliku based
on doctors diagnosis was increased to 1.5%. A current incident of heart disease and a previous history of
heart disease are both the biggest risk factors that could contribute to a sudden cardiac arrest in a person.
So it is imperative for everybody, including students of Pattimura university from various faculties, not
just healthcare providers, to know and understand how to perform Basic Life Support on any given
situation. The result expected from this training is for the students of Pattimura University to be able to
understand the theories and the techniques in assessing an emergency situation and performing BLS to
those in need.

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Published
2021-11-24