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India: \'Smile\' Will Bring down Accident Death Rate in Kerala State: CM


Thiruvananthapuram: The ‘Seamless Medical Intervention for Lifecare and Emergency’ (Smile) project of Kerala Police will bring down accident death rate in state, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.Speaking after launching the project, Chandy said that the government would extend all support to the project.\r\nA joint initiative of Home and Health Departments, ‘Smile’ involves providing training to traffic policemen in first aid and accident emergency care. The medicines and other equipment for the project will be supplied by the Health Department. Training will be given to traffic personnel, battalion personnel and loca
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India: Learn Emergency Care from Ambulance Experts


Chennai: : You can now learn emergency medicine and become an expert in trauma response, via the 2-year full-time Advanced Post-graduation Diploma in Emergency Care (APGDEC), launched by GVK EMRI, the company that has been providing emergency medical services (108 ambulance) in Tamil Nadu.\r\nThe aim of this course is to make the students well aware of patient care in emergency, managing the case and to develop a proper attitude of handling an emergency situation. Combining technology with realistic practice scenarios like practicing on mannequins every student gets hands-on training.
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India: Coimbatore Gets First Neo-Natal Ambulance


Coimbatore: The district got its first neo-natal ambulance for Coimbatore and two 108 ambulances exclusively for Valparai. The services was launched at Coimbatore Medical College Hospital (CMCH) on July 12.\r\nThe neo-natal ambulance has transport incubators, ventilators and a multiport infusing system. The 108 ambulance will be stationed at the neo-natal intensive care unit, CMCH. And it would be operated for neo-natal cases only.
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India: Life-Saving Drugs Biggest Casualty at BMC-Run Hospitals


Mumbai: Here’s a shortage of certain life-saving antibiotic injections in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) run hospitals. BMC-run hospitals provide certain medicines, capsules and injections free. This practice has almost stopped since January this year.\r\nNow, patients at hospitals like KEM, Nair and Sion have to buy ampoules worth up to Rs 1,000-2,000 themselves. The BMC prepares a list of medicines and equipment, called schedule, every year that are to be supplied free of cost. \"A schedule is a list of drugs or equipment by medical experts to be procured by the BMC\'s health department. This schedule lasts fo
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India: Medica to Roll out Round-the-Clock Ambulances for Road Mishap Victims


Jamshedpur:  Road accidents in Jamshedpur are ever increasing and is one of the main reason behind death, with lack of infrastructure available and vehicles number growing with every passing day it has become really difficult for the daily commuters to ride on the busy streets of the city and not a single day passes when we do not hear about a road mishap.\r\nMedica Jamshedpur (Kantilal Gandhi Memorial Hospital) with the joint project of Jamshedpur Police will start the free of cost ambulance service for road victims by 15th August or before the Durga Puja begins. 
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