Ample Life Support Services is a multifaceted organization with one goal
safe health care availability to the common man
The organization conducts regular workshops and seminars to update the health care professionals with the advances in research base and in the basic skills in health care delivery.
Adult resuscitation Skills
- Mandatory for all frontline staff in acute medical areas and step up care areas.
Basic resuscitation Skills
- Mandatory for all the frontline staff in acute medical areas and step up care areas in paediatric units- covers neonates and infants.
Trauma resuscitation Skills
- Mandatory for all the accident and emergency staff and staff involved in step up care areas.
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