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Thailand: Hospital, Bangkok Heart Add the Chance to Treat Critically ill Patients with Heart and Lung Diseases \"ECMO\" for Moving between Hospitals


Bangkok: Moving patients with crisis of the heart and lung diseases, such as heart attack. Acute myocardial infarction Pneumonia or a serious infection. The lungs cannot exchange gases. It is urgent and have to be closely monitored.  In a hospital that cannot provide proper medical treatment, and there is a need to relocate to submit to a medical facility.\r\nBangkok Heart Hospital have extended the opportunity to treat patients with heart and lung disease crisis by launching an artificial heart-lung machine. The function of the heart and lungs during transporting patients (TRANSPORT Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation) or TRANSPORT ECMO
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Thailand: Young Rescue Volunteer is So Damn Cute


Bangkok: A  2-year-old boy wearing a rescue volunteer uniform is a regular sight among fellow rescuers in Sri Racha.\r\n\"Bhum,\" the youngest rescue volunteer of Yiang Tai Sri Racha foundation, learns valuable lessons on how to help humanity when he joins his rescue volunteer parents as they work. His parents, Prajuab and Roongnapa Sangansue, said they have been volunteers for almost four years, and ever since Bhum was one, he has joined them at the foundation to learn what his parents do.
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Thailand: Tsunami Drill in Phuket Town this Weekend


Phuket: Residents and tourists have been urged not to panic if they hear the tsunami-warning evacuation sirens at Saphan Hin this Saturday morning (September 5) as disaster officials will be staging a mass evacuation drill in the area.\r\nThe drill is being staged to help residents to be prepared in case a disaster, such as a tsunami or a major earthquake, strikes, he added.Residents, business owners and other people in high-risk areas will be asked to relocate to an emergency assembly area set up at Chai Field, located opposite Phuket Provincial Hall.
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Thailand: Emergency Drill at Phuket Airport Sept 10


Phuket: Phuket airport will conduct a full-scale emergency drill on Thursday(September 10) to help reduce loss of life and damage in the event of an aircraft accident. Airport director Monruedee Ketphan said on Tuesday(September 08) that aircraftaccidents in the past had caused serious damage, both direct and indirect, to the aircraft and passengers.\r\nEmergency drills were essentialto ensure rescue teams reacted swiftly and appropriately to reduce possible injuries, loss of life and damage to the aircraft. 
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Thailand: Bangkok Hospital Pattaya held iRESCUE Course Basic Life Support & First Aid Training


Bangkok: Hospitals Project iRESCUEBasic Life Support & First Aid Training course provides an introduction to the victims of accidents and medical emergencies. Police and volunteer tourism for a deeper understanding of saving lives in the event of an emergency\r\nOnSaturday(September 5), 2558 at 8:00 to 17:00 pm., at the D1 class 10 Building D Hospitals Project iRESCUE course. Basic Life Support & First Aid Training to provide an introduction to the rescue of accident and emergency hospital before delivery. The group of volunteer tourism police. 
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