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India: Medical College to Introduce Triage System


Kozhikode: In order to provide better service to the patients at the casualty section, the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Government Medical College Hospital, Kozhikode, will introduce a triage system from June 20.\r\nWith the setting up of the new system, patients will be provided emergency services on the basis of the severity of the illness as decided by the doctor in the triage area, said Dr M K Ravindran, HOD, Department of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, Government Medical College, Kozhikode. 
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India: Over 600 Traffic Sleuths Get Life Support Training


Ahmedabad: Emergency medical assistance for victims of road accidents will now be seconds away, with hundreds of traffic policemen being trained in basic life support training and other techniques. Faisal Siddiqui, general manager of a private hospital in Thaltej, says, \"So far we have, imparted BLS training to 650 traffic police personnel and 250 more will be trained to enable them to be the `first responders` in emergency situations.\" He said the objective behind the training is to educate police personnel about steps to be taken in case of an accident or medical emergency.
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India: Admissions in Paramedical (Emergency Medical and others) Courses at MANUU announced


Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University is inviting applications from the eligible candidates for admission in Certificate Course in Dialysis Technician, Certificate Course in Emergency Medical Technician and Diploma Course in Dialysis Technician, Diploma Course in Emergency Medical Technician for the academic year 2015-16. For getting admissions in certificate course 10th/S.S.C or equivalent & for diploma course Intermediate or 10+2 or equivalent is required.\r\nLast date for submission of application is 2nd July 2015. For further details aspirants can visit University website www.manuu.ac.in or call on mobile nos. 9177810638, 9
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India: Cops to Run Ambulance Service


Thiruvananthapuram: The state police will operate 19 new ambulances as part of \'seamless medical intervention for life care and emergency\' (SMILE), an initiative aimed at reducing road accidents.\r\nThe initiative will be undertaken in association with health department to ensure timely intervention and help from the police.Traffic and highway police will be trained to respond immediately to road accidents and capitalise on the \'golden hour\', the first hour after an accident that could mean the difference between life and death.
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India: ANGELS Becomes Operational


Kochi: With an aim of providing ambulance service in 3 minutes of a call to 102, the centralised network of ambulance under Active Network Group of Emergency Life Savers (ANGELS) has begun operation at the District General Hospital. District Collector MG Rajamanickam inaugurated the office of ANGELS at the old pay ward section of the hospital on Tuesday(June 23).\r\nThe new system would have trained drivers and better equipped ambulances to handle road accidents. In many road accidents. The ambulance service works with the GPS system connecting various ambulances in the district. ANGELS will also be part of the Rapid Action Kerala for Safe Ho
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