The Odisha famine of 1866–67, which later spread through the Madras Presidency to Hyderabad and Mysore , was one such famine.  The famine of 1866 was a severe and terrible event in the history of Odisha in which about a third of the population died.  The famine left an estimated 1,553 orphans whose guardians were to receive an amount of 3 rupees per month until the age of 17 for boys and 16 for girls.  Similar famines followed in the western Ganges region, Rajasthan , central India (1868–70), Bengal and eastern India (1873–1874), Deccan (1876–78), and again in the Ganges region, Madras, Hyderabad, Mysore, and Bombay (1876–1878).  The famine of 1876–78, also known as the Great Famine of 1876–78 , caused a large migration of agricultural labourers and artisans from southern India to British tropical colonies, where they worked as indentured labourers on plantations.   The large death toll—about million—offset the usual population growth in the Bombay and Madras Presidencies between the first and second censuses of British India in 1871 and 1881 respectively. 
The course description is changing to: An introduction to common cardiac emergencies encountered by pre-hospital care providers in adult and child populations. Emphasis is on the recognition and management of emergencies related to the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. This course covers interpretation of EKG rhythm strips, treatment algorithms, and introduction to ischemia, injury and infarction patterns in 12-lead EKGs. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be ACLS and PALS trained by AHA standards. (Prerequisites: Admission to the Respiratory Therapy Program) 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week). Sp
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