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India: Heart Revival Machine to be Set-up at Kannur Railway Station


Kannur: The Kannur railway station will now have an emergency heart revival machine to provide emergency medical care in response to cases of cardiac arrests reported at the station or inside trains.\r\nThe Kannur railway station is the first railway station in the North Malabar region to have an automated external defibrillator (AED) installed to attend to emergency cases of heart attacks on trains and at the station. The station here being a major railway facility with large number of people reaching here every day, AED will be a great relief for heart patients.
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India: Govt. Buys 125 Ambulances for Rs 10 crore, Dumps Them in Junkyards


Srinagar: Dozens of ambulances, freshly procured over the last one year, are now junked in a health department office in Kashmir. The Jammu and Kashmir government procured 125 ambulances for Kashmir in 2014 but left them unutilized for several months even as patients continue dying on their way to hospitals.\r\nThe scam of inertia in health department shows that the cost of the brand new ambulances accrues to over Rs 10 crore but they have been left to rot in the garages.
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India: Ambulance Rent will be Fixed


Ajmer: Ajmer ambulance driver will not recover arbitrary rent from the family members of the patient. Rents will be determined by District Collector and traffic management committee. Transport Commissioner Gayatri Rathore issued the order.
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India: 80 More Ambulances to be Called In during KumbhMela


Nashik: The Maharashtra Emergency Medical Services (MEMS) would roll out additional ambulances to help patients and deal with crisis during the KumbhMela. The Nashik zone has 46 ambulances and additional vehicles would be called from neighbouring districts to meet the requirement of the large number of pilgrims expected to visit the city and Trimbakeshwar.\r\nThere are plans to call about 80 ambulances to deal with emergencies that might arise during the mega religious congregation scheduled to begin next week. The number of ambulances may increase depending upon the need, said an official from the civil hospital.
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India: Ambulances will Follow 108 Path Soon


Mangalaru: Ambulances under the department of health and family welfare could well go the \'108\' way if all goes according to plan. At present, the state government offers 108 ambulance service to the needy under the Arogya Kavach scheme with GVK Foundation running it on behalf of the state government.\r\nNow the department intends to give the ambulances a similar facelift. Making an assessment of the 800-odd ambulances that are run and maintained by his department, U T Khader, minister of health and family welfare, said \"If we have ambulances, there are no drivers. When there are drivers, there is no fuel. When everything is in order, the
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