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China: China to Step up Emergency Medical Aid


China will better train its emergency medical workers and build more medical centers to cope with natural disasters and other incidents.\r\nWithin the next five years, more than 90 percent of the country\'s emergency medical teams at or above the county level will be professionally trained and equipped, according to the 13th five-year plan (2016-2020) made public on September 1 by the National Health and Family Planning Commission.\r\n\"Our country\'s emergency aid response capacity has yet to fully meet the demands of natural disasters, occasional accidents and public security incidents,\" it said, stressing that such medical aid is a crucia
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China: Shanghai: Local Red Cross is Installing Automatic External Defibrillators at Universities to Deal with Emergencies


A training program to teach people how to use the defibrillator was launched at Shanghai Jiaotong University yesterday (September 21). Jiaotong has installed 85 AEDs on its campus, the first university with wide installation of AEDs in the nation. AED can greatly improve the survival chances if used within four minutes on people suffering cardiac arrest.
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China: China Launches Emergency Measures for Megi


The headquarters urged local authorities to take precautions and dispatched five work teams to the provinces of Fujian, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Jiangxi and Hunan to prepare aid and relief.\r\nTyphoon Megi, the 17th typhoon this year, is expected to make landfall in Taiwan Tuesday (27 Sept) afternoon and move to the coastal areas of Fujian and Guangdong on Wednesday morning, according to a statement from the headquarters. The regions in Megi\'s path have only just been hit by Meranti and Malakas, the 14th and 16th typhoons of this year, making disaster response and relief work more difficult, the statement said.
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China: Around the World of EMS: AHA to Offer CPR, AED Training in China


Beijing: More people in China will soon be able to learn to give CPR, use an automated external defibrillator and deliver first aid by taking American Heart Association training.\r\nThe Chinese public will be able to learn the life-saving skills through the AHA’s first international training center in Beijing to serve this population, according to an announcement made Thursday by the China Social Assistance Foundation and AHA at the 27th International Great Wall Conference on Cardiology in Beijing.
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China: China, Germany Launch Joint Medical Aid Exercise


Xinhua : Military medical teams from China and Germany on Thursday(October 20) started a joint exercise to provide emergency medical aid after an earthquake.The exercise will see participants set up a joint command headquarters and send medical service teams to rescue and treat victims and carry out epidemic prevention work in a fictional country following a major earthquake.\r\nThe exercise includes field exercise, academic exchange and final evaluations, with a focus on mass treatment of the injured, on-the-spot emergency treatment and critical air evacuation.The exercise is being held in a training base at the Third Military Medical U
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