Event Highlights for Parents, Guardians or Child Caregivers:
- Understanding how a child’s body works differently from an adult.
- Identifying different symptoms and understanding why a child’s condition can deteriorate.
- Ways to detect a life-threatening condition in your child.
– Airway obstruction (choking)
– Seizures and epilepsy
– Respiratory distress and failure (ie. childhood asthma, bronchiolitis)
– Cardiac arrest
- Ways to respond to these life-threatening situations before help arrives in a systematic way (pre-hospital care). Practical training on what can be done at home.
Dr. Chatichai Chong graduated from the Russian State Medical University (RSMU), Moscow in 2013. Upon his return, Dr. Chatichai served in Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR), Klang. He later served as the Deputy Director in Hospital Serian, Sarawak up until 2018. Working in a district hospital, he is accustomed to managing both in-patient and out-patient (Emergency Department) departments.
He is an active Malaysian Red Cross member since high school and has represented his society at National Level numerous times. Dr Chatichai co-formed a society called CPR4M in 2014 in Selangor which aims to provide “1 CPR Provider in Every Home”. The society believes that every person has a right to CPR and needs to receive adequate training to become the ‘First Responder’ during an emergency. Today, CPR4M have certified and trained close to 7,000 Malaysians.