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India: Medula Healthcare Joins Hands with Autowale.in to Provide Healthcare Services to Auto Drivers in Pune


Pune: Pune based Start-ups: Medula Healthcare and Autowale.in have come together to improve the standard of life of more than 50 lakh auto drivers in India. While Autowale.in supports auto drivers in growing their business and income, Medula Healthcare will help them with quality healthcare services for themselves and their families at affordable cost.\r\nWhile Medula Healthcare brings the combined benefits of preventive care, curative healthcare and health insurance to the masses at the bottom of the pyramid and currently has close to 100 SME clients including distributors of Unilever, Autowale.in is working with 1000+ Auto drivers in Pune a
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India: Stroke-Care Centres in Indian Hospitals Must, Says Expert


The Indian healthcare system is not ready to meet the \"huge burden\" of strokes or brain attacks that affect around 1.5 million people each year, an expert said on October 29 Wednesday, stressing the establishment of stroke-care units in government-run institutions to reach out to the masses.\r\nAbout 3,000-4,000 people have a stroke each day and 40 percent of stroke patients die within a month in India, said Jeyaraj Durai Pandian, member from Southeast Asia on the board of directors of the World Stroke Organization.\r\n\"The Indian healthcare (system) is not ready to meet this huge burden and the figures are projected to increase. One aspec
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India: World Trauma Day: People Trained in Emergency Care can Prevent Deaths


New Delhi: Dubbed the \"epidemic\" of modern times, trauma claims nearly 400,000 lives in India every year. The deaths and disabilities can be prevented if proper training is imparted to the common man on how to handle emergency care in accident cases, experts say.\r\nThey advocate emergency medicine courses for the common people, starting from the school level.\r\n\"Trauma is the modern epidemic. In 2013, 400,000 young lives were lost due to road accidents. Around 35% of injuries take place on roads. Most of the people who pass away are young males who are the earning members of the family,\" AIIMS director MC Misra said.
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India: Training in Emergency Care is Vital


Vijaywada: NTRUHS V-C inaugurates International Training Centre. ITC was a joint initiative of NTRUHS and American Heart Association which did commendable work in the field of BLS and standards developed by it were followed the world over.\r\nCardio-vascular diseases kill the most number of people around the world due to poor emergency care and the situation is not different in India.It is mainly due to the lack of awareness of the importance of Basic Life Support (BLS) methods and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
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India: HC Asks State to Frame New Law to Deal with Medical Emergencies


Mumbai: Maharashtra asked to take a leaf out of Gujarat\'s books-the only state with such an essential act.\r\nFollowing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) on the increasing number of deaths due to snake bites in rural Maharashtra, the Bombay High Court ordered the state government to consider framing an Emergency Medical Services Act along the lines of the one in Gujarat. The Act, if passed, will make emergency medical aid as good as a fundamental right.  While hearing the PIL filed by Dr Sarita Parikh of Creative Responsible Integrated Systems Foundation (CRISYS), the amicus curiae (court appointed advisor) Jamshed M\r\n \r\n&nbs
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