The Salvation Society Bucharest (SAMB) and the Ambulance Service Bucharest Ilfov (SABIF) are organizing a collective resuscitation lesson to be introduced in the Guinness World Book of Records. Over 4000 participants have already registered, but another 3000 are needed if Romania is to overcome Mexico’s previous record, where 6.577 participants were taught simultaneously resuscitation procedures.
Under scientific supervision from the Medical and Pharmacy University Carol Davila, 700 specialized instructors are going to manage 7000 participants who will be practicing resuscitation and first aid maneuvers on 700 medical dummies. Representatives from the Guinness World Records will also be present to approve the record. After the lesson will have finished, these dummies will be donated to ambulance services and emergency rooms across Romania.
If you want to be part of the 7000 people who will contribute to this record-breaking lesson for life, you can sign the participation form available at www.salveazatu.ro.