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India: Bike Ambulances will Run in Mumbai Soon


Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is going to purchase bike ambulances on the lines of those operating in London to reach emergency sites quickly. The bikes are aimed at reducing ‘golden hours’ to ‘golden minutes’ to save patients. Health minister Deepak Sawant said that a pilot project for Mumbai would be launched, as bike ambulances will be more useful on crowded streets.
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India: Air Ambulance to Fly Patient In and Out of Country from Bhopal


Bhopal: A chartered plane can be at your disposal at Bhopal airport within 2 hours of notice to fly a patient to a hospital of his choice in India or abroad.Air ambulance service has been operational for about three months now in state. Patients are flown under supervision of an MD doctor and two paramedics, informed Imperial Air representative at a press conference on Monday. \"Just a phone call and our state-of-the-art aircraft are ready to fly you out to the best of hospitals. Moreover, our fleet is fully equipped to accommodate all kinds of medical equipment easily and safely,\" he said.
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India: Uttar Pradesh to Launch Bike Ambulance Soon


Lucknow: As strange as it sounds, motorcycle ambulance service may become a reality in Uttar Pradesh. A report submitted to the government highlights the difficulty a van faces in reaching the patient in congested areas and how crucial the first 10 minutes and the next one hour can be in reaching first aid. Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is reportedly considering to launch bike ambulance in the state. 
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India: Helpline in Aid of Emergency Patients


Guwahati: In a move to bridge the health access gaps for emergency patients mostly from the rural areas in Assam, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has approved extension of the \'108 Mritunjoy Services\' for another 6 months.\r\n\'108 Mritunjoy Services\' in the state provided under a PPP framework with the government being the major partner has also been brought under Essential Services Maintenance Act, said a government release.
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India: Odisha Officers Undergo Special Training to Handle Snake Menace


About 46 officers of Odisha Government, underwent training to handle snakebite and related incidents during natural disasters. The training bears significance given the large number of fatalities every year due to snakebite in the country.  As per India’s first national survey of the causes of death, about 46,000 people die because of snakebite in the country every year.\r\nThe training covered areas like the identification of snake, methods to figure out if it is venomous, the need for first aid, the first aid procedure, management of control room in case of a crisis etc.
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