First aid training will be given on ferries on April 1, 2021, with the cooperation of IMM Şehir Hatları AŞ and ATAÇ-DER. KadıköyIn Eminönü ferries, it is aimed to raise awareness of citizens about first aid with practical training on models.
The practical first aid trainings conducted by Şehir Hatları AŞ together with the Emergency Medicine and Disaster Workers Association (ATAÇ-DER), Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedic Association (ATTDER) and Beykoz University in order to provide citizens with accurate information about first aid will be held on April 1, 2021. Kadıköy-Eminönü city lines will be carried out on ships.
Within the scope of the "First aid in air, land and sea" trainings aiming to raise awareness about first aid to the society, training will be given on 10.15 'Sarıyer' and 12.15 'Fatih' ships, which will depart from Camlı Pier in Eminönü tomorrow. The trainings will be shown practically on models. While explaining how to provide the right first aid at the right time, the importance of saving lives in golden minutes will be emphasized. The trainings will be given by Beykoz University Vocational School First and Emergency Aid Program Head Instructor Kadir Şeker, Beykoz University Vocational School Instructor Nebi Araz and ATAÇDER President, Instructor Temel Kılınçlı.
"Golden Minutes" Are Important
300 thousand people having a heart attack in Turkey every year and the number of deaths therefore finds 100 thousand. In most heart attack cases, brain death occurs in the first 5-10 minutes because oxygen is not supplied to the brain. For this reason, the first 10 minutes after a heart attack are known as 'golden minutes'. According to researches, the rate of applying first aid such as heart massage and artificial respiration to people who have had a heart attack in our country is only 1,7 percent. In other words, even two out of every 100 people who have a heart attack cannot access first aid. Turkey in emergency ambulances in the city center while the time to reach an average of 8 minutes in the case this time finds the countryside 45 minutes. For this reason, first aid until the ambulance reaches the scene is often life-saving.