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United Arab Emirates: Police Provide 50 Ambulance Stations to Strengthen Rapid Response for Urgent Cases


Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi Police have provided 50 ambulance stations throughout the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to improve its rapid response times for emergency cases, as part of the Abu Dhabi Government’s strategy to provide the highest standards of ambulance services to the community, using the latest vehicles, equipment and qualified medical staff. Work is also being done to increase the number of stations to 70.
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United Arab Emirates: Abu Dhabi Ports Conducts Emergency Exercise


Abu Dhabi Ports has completed a detailed crisis practice scenario in cooperation with the Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Management Team in Abu Dhabi, with the participation of 12 other governmental entities.\r\nOne of the aims of the exercise was to test the port’s response time in dealing with an incident, in which multiple government entities are involved and where it is expected to react immediately.
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United Arab Emirates: Dubai Launches Ladies-Only Pink Ambulance


The Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Service has revealed what is believed to be the first women’s-only pink ambulance. The customised responder ambulance will specialise in emergency treatment for women and children, including those related to pregnancy and deliveries.
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United Arab Emirates: Zayed Initiative launches Air Ambulance


Abu Dhabi: The Zayed Giving Initiative is launching a volunteer air ambulance project themed “Giving in the Skies of Humanity” to provide services to underprivileged patients under the supervision of a specialised team of doctors from the UAE equipped with advanced technology.\r\nHumanitarian Action Ambassadress Dr Reem Othman stressed that the air ambulance project is considered an unprecedented project as it provides solutions to various health and economic problems and contributes to saving the lives of the disadvantaged.
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Vietnam: Patient Transfer Logistical Nightmare


VietNamNet Bridge:  A 24-year-old Russian tourist was safely taken from HCM City - based Cho Ray Hospital to the Bangkok Heart hospital in a very serious situation on May 8 Wednesday. According to the Thai and Singaporean medical sources, it was the first time ever that such a transportation had taken place in the region. They said it was technically one of the most complicated air-transfers possible. The tourist, who has not been named, collapsed at the Tan Son Nhat Airport on arrival on May 1, and was diagnosed with cardiogenic shock caused by acute myocarditis. She was treated at the Tam Duc Hospital. Over the next 48 hours, the pati
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