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India: ITBP Trainees Taught First Aid Administration


Madurai: Over 1,200 trainees of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) would be trained in administering first aid by St. John’s Ambulance personnel at the ITBP camp at Iluppaikudi.Deputy Inspector General (ITBP) Austine Eapen said at the inaugural function of the training programme that the ITBP personnel were deployed in hilly terrains, along the borders and at times of war had to assist the army.Vadivel Mugunthan, chairman of St. John’s Ambulance, said the ITBP personnel who were posted in remote areas without hospitals had to learn how to attend to wounds and injuries to save their lives till they were taken to hospital.
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India: More Post Offices to Offer Ambulance Parking


Chennai: More post offices in Chennai will offer space for parking of ambulances soon.The Department of Posts is tying up with more private and government hospitals to allow parking of the emergency vehicles on its premises.At present, the post offices in St. Thomas Mount, Anna Nagar, Ambattur and Tambaram allow ambulances to park on their premises.Soon, 18 more places, including head post offices, will provide space to ambulances for a rent.
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India: PGI App to be used in all Hospital Emergencies


Chandigarh: Soon, government hospitals countrywide will enable faster consultation at emergencies. This will be possible by PGI GI liver app an Android and iOS-based application developed by Dr Usha Dutta from department of gastroenterology. After a successful development of the app five months ago, PGI had conducted a trial on its successful working. Based on this, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has asked PGI to extend its functioning for all other medical emergencies. A copyright application has been filed for the app.The app enables easy diagnosis, management and treatment of 15 common emergency liver and gastroenterolo
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India: Country Needs Emergency Medical Services Law: Experts


Vadodara: Emergency medical services (EMS) experts have called for immediate enactment of EMS law in the country. Experts from across the country discussed the issue at length on May 04 at the first Gujarat Emergency Medical Services Conference (GEMS) 2015 which was jointlyorganised by city-based Lifeline Foundation and Gujarat State Fertilizer Company Ltd (GSFC) with the support of the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health.\r\n\r\nPresently, Gujarat is the only state in the country which has EMS\' legal framework in place after it passed the Gujarat Emergency Medical Services Act, 2007
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India: Ministry of Railways, IRCTC and Local Circles Initiate Online Disaster and Emergency Response Communities for 100 Districts


In order to improve disaster management and emergency response at a local level for any kind of disasters like train accidents, natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, fire, etc. or emergencies faced by communities or citizens, online and mobile based local communities have been formed for 100 districts of India over the last month.The initiative brought together by the Ministry of Railways, IRCTC and Local Circles is aimed at creating easily accessible online and mobile based Disaster/Emergency Response ecosystem in every district of India so in case of a disaster/emergency, help can be quickly mobilized and information can be easily dis
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