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India: Navi Mumbai to Get Trauma Centre Soon


Navi Mumbai: Over 800 accidents in the past decade has prompted authorities to come up with a trauma care centre in Uran taluka. JNPT has already floated a tender to appoint a contractor and the hospital will come up in a year, said Bhushan Patil, a JNPT trustee.\r\nThe centre is an outcome of a long struggle by the locals, JNPT trade unions and several social organizations, said activists.
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India: Maharashtra Plans to revamp ‘blood-on-call’, Ambulance Scheme


Mumbai: Maharashtra Government is planning to revamp its blood-on-call scheme called as ‘Jeevan Amrut Yojana’ that is aimed at facilitating blood supply to patients scheduled to undergo surgeries and medical procedures in remote areas. In addition, the state government is also reviewing the 108 ambulance service scheme, launched by the previous government.\r\nThe Jeevan Amrut Yojana was launched last year, under which patients have to pay Rs450 towards the cost of blood and Rs50 to Rs100 as transportation cost depending on the distance, and request (for blood) is placed by the hospital concerned.
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India: Ziqitza Health Care Limited: Triggering Ambulance Cleanliness Initiative


Mumbai: Ambulances are called upon frequently to attend to pregnant women, new-borns, trauma patients and the immunocompromised. As a fundamental part of a basic healthcare delivery, ambulances must concern themselves with sanitation and hygiene as much as any hospital or health centre.\r\nWithout hygienic conditions, the ill or injured are left vulnerable to further infection or sepsis. In keeping with the standards of any world class ambulance service, Ziqitza Health Care Limited has launched the Ambulance Cleanliness Initiative for its vehicles and crew.\r\n“If our goal is world-class emergency medical services and not just
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India: Kerala to Roll out Action Plan for Trauma Care


Thiruvananthapuram: An expert committee overseeing the National Trauma and Burns Care (NTBC) scheme has selected Kerala’s State Action Plan for Health System Strengthening for Organised Trauma Care as the reference action plan for developing trauma care systems across the country.Kerala’s action plan, which involves GIS mapping to identify accident-prone areas, potential ambulance points and nearest hospitals to be upgraded as resuscitation points, is being rolled out in phases over the next 5 years.\r\nThirty public health institutions at strategic points on national highways and MC Road will be upgraded to designated levels of t
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India: Helipads Planned along Highways to Airlift Injured


The Centre plans to set up helipads along the national highways to airlift people injured in road accidents, according to a senior National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) official here.The facility will also be useful to provide alternative travel option to VIPs travelling on the expressway to reach their destinations faster.\r\nOne such helipad will come up at Tangutur in Prakasam district close to the arterial Chennai-Kolkata highway, said National Highways Authority of India Project Director AV Rao during a district-level road safety committee meeting chaired by Collector GSRKR Vijaykumar here on 9 February. 
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