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India: Training on Pre-Hospital Trauma Care


Trichy: A training programme on 'pre-hospital trauma care' was conducted for the police personnel in Trichy by the Indian Medical Association (IMA), Trichy chapter, on January 24 Friday evening. The objective of the training was to educate cops about first-aid methods while helping accident victims to reach hospital within the golden hour. Shailesh Kumar Yadav, commissioner of police (CoP), after inaugurating the training, slammedthe rash drivers, who posed a threat to people on road, especially pedestrians. "Road traffic accidents are a major issue. Lives of road-users are always uncertain as many do not adhere to traffi
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India: State Launches Ambulance Service


Nagpur: Guardian minister of Nagpur Shivajirao Moghe launched the Medical Emergency Medical Services (MEMS) 24x7 ambulance during the official Republic Day function at Kasturchand Park on Sunday. The ambulance service can be availed by any citizen by calling 108, a toll free number. For Nagpur district, 30 such ambulances are being made available in the first phase of the project which has been launched in seven districts of the state. Under the MEMS project, total 937 ambulance services will be launched in state by March this year. A dream project of health minister Suresh Shetty, the project aims at reaching an amb
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India: Save Road Accident Victims and Get Rewarded


Remember the last time you were about to take a road accident victim to a hospital but decided otherwise after thinking about legal hassles. Now you will not have to face the dilemma anymore. In fact, good samaritans who bring accident victims to hospitals will not only be allowed to leave after furnishing some basic details but also will get a cash reward of ` 500 for the noble deed from the respective Circle Inspector’s office. Even though the police issued directives regarding this, most people were unaware of the government’s scheme to give reward. In many cases, people were not availing themselves of this facility out of fea
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India: Low Cost Mannequins to up First Aid Prep


  In a move that could boost first aid training in the country, IIT Madras has developed a low cost indigenous mannequin prototype, the first of its kind to be developed in India. The project born out of a PhD research of an IIT student will not only provide low cost, close to human body mannequins but also has options to be customised specifically for the Indian population. “As of now, a high fidelity (close to reality) mannequin costs about Rs. 2 lakh and all of them are imported from abroad. Since the cost is so high, only medical colleges and other premium institutions have access to them. But the one which we developed cost
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India: India Gifted 20 Ambulances to Nepal, Looking beyond


Kathmandu: On January 26 Sunday India gifted 20 ambulances and 4 buses to schools, hospitals and non-profit charitable organizations in Nepal as part of its 65th Republic Day celebrations. The same number of vehicles was donated during the previous Independence Day celebrations in August and also the previous Republic Day celebrations. This donation drive has been continuing for some years now. A video released by the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu on January 27 Monday in YouTube, to highlight India-Nepal partnership, mentions that till date 402 ambulances and 78 buses have been gifted to Nepal.
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