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'Revival of heart after death' - theme of 19th Health Mela
19th MTNL Perfect Helath Mela is being organised by Heart Care Foundation of India jointly with Department of Health, Delhi Government from 7th to 11th November, 2012 at Constitution Club of India. A week before the event, various activities will be organised at multiple locations.

THE FOCUS of the mela this year will be “prevention of non-communicable diseases” and “revival of heart after death.”

The mela will be a unique opportunity for people from all walks of life to get preventive awareness about the non-communicable diseases incorporating all pathies and using the medium of exhibition, checkups, competitions and workshops under one roof.

Over 10,000 members of the public will be certified in compression only CPR. 200 special dummies will be located at the mela venue. Life is reversible in the first 10 minutes of death through the compression only CPR module. The mantra is within ten minutes of the death for the next ten minutes, compress effectively and continuously the centre of the chest of the deceased with a speed of 100 per minute (10x10). The entry to the mela is free. General public can also avail training at the mela venue.

Special arrangements and special counters are being made for the residents of Noida and Ghaziabad.

For the first time to promote health campaigns advertising competitions will also be held in association with Asian Academy of Film and TV. The themes will be best 30 seconds health campaign on “death is reversible in the first ten minutes” and on “Health Myths in Bollywood Movies.”

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