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United Arab Emirates: New Drivers to Receive First Aid Training


Dubai: New drivers who are applying for a driving licence in Dubai will have to participate in first aid and emergency training.\r\nThe RTA have said that they are keen on introducing the latest technologies to make life easier for residents in the city. They are incorporating first aid and emergency response training to the driving curriculum as the number of accidents behind the wheel such as heart attacks increases.
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United Arab Emirates: National Ambulance Mobile App Used for First Time


Abu Dhabi: Just a week after its launch, the National Ambulance 998 mobile application was used successfully for the first time in response to an emergency medical situation in the northern emirates. A passer-by used the app to contact the National Ambulance, which immediately dispatched a crew to the scene using the GPS locator integrated within the app via the witness’ smartphone.\r\nThe team treated a man for trauma at the site before transporting him to the emirate’s Al Dhaid Hospital.
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United Arab Emirates: The Ambulance apps you should Know about


Dubai: Did you know that you can request for ambulances through an app? In the UAE, some of the popular emergency apps, residents should be aware of, include the National Ambulance app 998, in addition to Dubai Ambulance’s app Olem and Same’e.\r\nNational Ambulance earlier this month launched a mobile app for residents in the Northern Emirates, providing them with the facility to request for an ambulance without any hassle.
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United Arab Emirates: Dubai Airports, Officials Discuss Medical Services at DXB


Dubai: Senior representatives from Dubai Airports, Dubai Police and the Airport Medical Centre at Dubai International Airport (DXB) met yesterday to discuss the ongoing provision of medical services and robust procedures that ensure the safety and wellbeing of the passengers flying through the airport each year.
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United Arab Emirates: Dubai Ambulance Allocates Nearly 100 Vehicles for Eid Holidays


Dubai: The Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) has allocated 98 vehicles and 708 paramedics in preparation for Eid holidays.\r\n“The drivers will be available 24/7 to manage operations and emergencies,” said the Executive Director of DCAS, Khalifa Bin Dray. He said the vehicles will be deployed in areas with heavy traffic density and mass gatherings such as gardens, parks, shopping malls, beaches and heritage sites “To ensure access to any injury and the status of satisfactory in the shortest time possible.” Bin Dray said medical technicians will be placed on alert to handle cases such as heart attacks, str
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