Bucharest Ambulance Service, to break world CPR lesson record

Newsroom 29/06/2011 | 19:58

The Bucharest Ambulance Service (SABI – Serviciul de Ambulanta Bucuresti-Ilfov) will attempt to break the world record for the largest CPR training class, by gathering 7000 people on Dinamo Stadium for a teaching marathon at the end of July. The current record was set in Mexico last year, when 6,577 people took part in the mass lesson, reports Mediafax.

The event will begin on July 26 at 7 p.m. and will last between 50 and 80 minutes, Around 700 specialized instructors will teach the participants all they need to know about CPR. After the crash-course, the participants will have to put the techniques into practice on 700 dummies.

A Guinness World Records official will be on the scene. The event will be supervised by the Carol Davila Medical University in Bucharest. Participants may register at the SABI headquarters or on the website www.sabif.ro.


Corina Dumitrescu

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