Cardiac compression device used on MP E. Ahamed

Based on reports in the mainstream media especially the Week, there is a lot of controversy over the death of MP from Malappuram, Kerala E. Ahamed who collapsed due to a heart attack in Parliament on 31 January 2017 as his children claim that they were not allowed to see their father on his death bed, there is a dispute on the date of his death.
They also claim that a cardiac compression device was used to revive the MP at Ram Manohar Lohia hospital for nearly 12 hours , when normally the device is only used for half an hour, and it could have resulted in his death. The cardiac compression device tries to revive the heart patient, lifting the patient and releasing the patient with a thud, causing great trauma to the patient. The daughter of the MP , Fouzia Shersad who is a doctor herself claimed that it was not advisable to use this method of reviving her father who was 78 years old and had already undergone an angioplasty and bypass surgery
This clearly indicates the poor state of medical healthcare in India, Members of Parliament (MPs) are some of the most powerful citizens in India, yet Kerala MP E. Ahamed who was a member of the parliament for many years could not get the best possible medical treatment when he had a heart attack . It is unfortunate that the mainstream media except the Week has largely ignored the news of the medical treatment of a long time member of parliament.