MUMBAI: A brief training on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) at a workplace came to the aid of a Bhayander man who managed to keep his 45-day-old son alive till they reached a hospital. The steel factory employee said he couldn't afford an ambulance to transport his son and had to hire a regular car without oxygen support.
Baby Priyom had been battling repeated bouts of fever since birth. As the family ran from one hospital to another for a diagnosis, a physician advised hospitalization in a local facility. The parents decided to shift him to Parel's BJ Wadia Hospital after his condition began to worsen in a Bhayander hospital.