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India: Pune Airport at Lohegaon Gets 24X7 Medical Emergency Facility


Pune: It took two lives in two months before the Pune International airport at Lohegaon could get its 24X7 emergency medical facility in place for passengers. On an average, the airport handles 9,000 passengers daily. The new facility will provide free medical services to all the passengers. There will be a trained doctor and a nurse will be available 24x7 at the medical room at Pune airport. They will cater to all the basic and primary health care need of the passengers by providing free consultation, medication, first aid for any minor injuries.
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India: Trauma Docs Teach Cabbies CPR


Chennai: Global Hospitals imparted some basics of trauma care to 500 of the city’s auto-rickshaw and cab drivers, who are most likely to ferry the injured person to a hospital. Arranged by Global Hospitals, trauma care experts demonstrated basic life support training programs to auto and cab drivers. “A few minutes of delay can leave a person brain dead,” said Dr K R Rammohan, head of trauma and emergency care, Global Hospitals. Techniques such as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) amongst others were demonstrated by a team of physicians to those present.
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India: Kerala Police to be Trained to Give First Aid to Victims


Thiruvanthapuram: In the wake of a series of incidents of delayed medical assistance to road accident victims, the police and health departments are jointly launching a programme to train cops in imparting first-aid to such victims.A health care scheme for police personnel is also being introduced. About 600 police personnel attached to traffic police, highway patrols and police stations along highways would be imparted training in first-aid under the programme titled SMILE (Seemless Medical Intervention for Lifecare Emergencies).
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India: Palkhi Route to Have Bike Ambulances


Pune: The Pune regional transport office (RTO) will extend medical help to the devotees taking part in the Palkhi procession this year. Starting from June 19, the RTO will depute bike ambulances along the Palkhi route till Saswad with a doctor riding pillion on each bike. The initiative is part of the RTO's street sense programme. "Bike ambulances are helpful in areas where ambulance vans cannot reach. The bikers would accompany the warkaris from Alandi till Saswad. We are trying to arrange more bikes so that the facility is available for the entire journey till Pandharpur," Anil Valiv, deputy RTO, Pune.
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India: Max Launches Campaign for Emergency Services


Max Super Specialty Hospital has launched a 'save the number' campaign. It is happening at different locations of Delhi such as at traffic signals. The objective is to build awareness that one call can save many lives by calling the emergency service number of Max Super Specialty Hospital. The campaign urges the public to dial 40554055 in an emergency and promises that help would arrive in 30 minutes. Max claims that it has a very effective Emergency Response and Management System consisting of world-class communication infrastructure as well as a fleet of advanced cardiac life support ambulances. To ensure highest quality of services, the a
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