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India: Training in Trauma Life Support Imparted


Bhopal: Training in auxiliary trauma life support was imparted to reduce disability and deaths in road accidents by orthopedics department of Gandhi Medical College here on July25. The training was imparted 150 participants under the guidance of Director of BTLS course and orthopedic Dr Sanjeev Gaur.  Participants were trained in all aspects of first aid through lectures, display of various techniques on models and dramatic enactment of various accident scenes. These trainers will impart training along with senior doctors to students of schools and colleges of Bhopal. Objective of the tr
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India: New Delhi to get New Vans to Cut Disaster Response Time


New Delhi: In a first, the city is all set to get 11 quick response vehicles, each worth Rs 40-45 lakh, to be stationed in each of its 11 districts. The vehicle is a modified Toyota Innova that will contain equipment worth Rs 35 lakh: including a life detection machine, inflatable light, diamond chainsaw, water mist system, oxygen cylinder and mask and stretchers. The idea to have QRVs was floated a year ago, however, the official launch of the vehicle is scheduled for mid-August. It will be done by newly-appointed lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung along with chief minister Sheila Dikshit. In case of an emergency, these vehicles can b
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India: 100 New Mrityunjoy Ambulances Launched in Assam


Guwahati: Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on July 24 formally launched 100 new Mrityunjoy-108 ambulances and 100 dolees for augmenting referral services in inaccessible areas of the State. The new ‘Tata Sumo’ ambulances are smaller in size so as to enable easy movement along narrow roads and rugged terrain. The dolees are meant for carrying patients from areas which lack motorable roads. Addressing the media during the launch, the Health Minister said that the innovations in the form of the smaller ambulances and the dolees would supplement the existing Mrityunjoy emergency service. &ld
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India: 108 Ambulance Services May Be Hit


Bangalore: The Arogya-Kavacha (108) ambulance services are likely to be affected across the state from July26 Friday night with contract drivers and paramedical staff of this service beginning an indefinite agitation. About 517 free ambulances are operated by GVK-EMRI under the Arogya-Kavacha scheme.
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India: Apex Trauma Care Centre to come up in State of Assam


Guwahati: The state health and education minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, on July 28 Sunday announced that an apex trauma care centre equipped with all sophisticated instruments will be set up in the state. The 200-bed trauma centre will cater 24-hour emergency service to patients. The centre will be set up in one of the government hospitals and will operate under Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH). The department has not yet decided the hospital where the trauma care centre will come up.
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