Medicine for Tomorrow


The "Medicine for Tomorrow" event, held from December 12th to 14th, was a resounding success, offering high school students a unique opportunity to learn from local pediatric residents. In a series of interactive sessions, participants delved into various medical topics and skills.

The first session introduced basic medical skills, where students mastered the use of stethoscopes and reflex hammers, gaining valuable insights into human body functions. The second session was dedicated to understanding and managing bleeding, teaching students to identify signs of blood loss and providing hands-on practice in wound packing and wrapping. The final session focused on the crucial techniques of CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation), where students learned to identify situations requiring CPR and practiced the procedure on specially designed mannequins.

This event not only expanded the students' medical knowledge and skills but also provided an inspiring glimpse into the world of medicine, guided by the enthusiasm and expertise of pediatric residents.