The Indian pharmaceutical company organizes an awareness campaign to prevent heatstroke in summer



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07 June 2022 14:35 STI

New Delhi [India], June 7 (ANI/PNN): A campaign is being carried out by the Bharat Mata Foundation, a voluntary organization to prevent heatstroke in summer, and a Delhi-based pharmaceutical company PharmaSynth, in which volunteers provide information on how to prevent heat stroke and teach how to make and use ORS solution. Volunteers also give out information leaflets with a free sample packet of Vitalyte ORS powder.
The company’s senior manager, Arjun Gupta, said that due to the high temperature in the summer season, there is a shortage of water in the body, known as dehydration. This leads to fatigue, headache, high fever, fainting, dark colored urine, burning eyes, etc.
He further told us that to avoid heat stroke, we should drink water frequently, eat juicy fruits and drink ORS solution to prevent dehydration.

On June 6, the 39th day of the founding of the company, this program was duly launched in Delhi. On this occasion, according to Dr. Arvind Kr. Gupta, Managing Director of the company, as part of this campaign, volunteers from the PharmaSynth team and the Bharat Mata Foundation will visit 18,000 places and deliver brochures to about two lakes. , or 50,000 people. A sachet of Vitalite (ORS) is distributed free of charge to everyone. He said that we are trying to reach as many people as possible to provide the benefits of this diet.
Regional Councilor Vir Singh Panwar, inaugurated this awareness program by lighting a Diya and an aarti of Bharat Mata. Gulshan Jagga, Baljeet Chauhan, Dr. Sehgal, Janak Lalwani, Md. Yaseen, Lawyer Ravi Sharma and many dignitaries from the region participated in this launch program.
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