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India: Trauma Centre to Come-up in Kalaburagi


The foundation stone for the proposed of state-of-the-art trauma care centre to be taken up at a cost of Rs. 21 crore would be laid after the finalisation of tenders for the construction of the centre in the District Hospital Complex in Kalaburagi.\r\nMinister of State for Medical Education Sharanprakash Patil told The Hindu here on Sunday (October 18) that the foundations stone for a similar trauma care centre has already been laid at Mysuru. The proposed trauma care centre here would have specialisation in Orthopaedics and Neurology.
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India: Rescue Drill Springs a Surprise on Residents in Kerala


News about a few coaches of a train falling into a waterbody in Ernakulam spread through the city on Saturday(October 17) morning as a mock underwater rescue and relief drill was conducted near Kaniampuzha Bridge, Vyttila.\r\nForty two personnel of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), the accident-relief team of the Southern Railway, personnel of Fire and Rescue Service, the police and ambulance services took part in the drill. An old coach was partially immersed in the waterbody beneath the bridge by a heavy-duty crane. In it were a few dummies in the shape of human beings.
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India: Ghaziabad Hospital Trains Residents in First Aid


Ghaziabad: A private hospital in the city has initiated a novel drive, \'Good Samaritans\', to train RWA members, ambulance drivers and cops in emergency response and in administering first aid in the event of accidents.\r\nDr Rahul Bansal, HoD of the hospital\'s emergency medicine department, said the time lost during a medical emergency resulted in loss of life. \"On the eve of World Trauma Day we have come up with the idea of training people from a non-medical background to respond in a medical emergency,\" Bansal said.
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India: Uttar Pradesh to Get 500 more Ambulances under 108 Service


Meerut: To ensure speedy medical care during emergencies, the government has decided to add 500 more ambulances to the existing fleet of 988 vehicles under the 108 ambulance service in the state.\r\nUP chief secretary Arvind Kumar has issued a government order (GO) to the director general (health and medical services) in this regard. 
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India: Training institute for paramedic and allied staff inaugurated


To train paramedics, doctors and medical professionals by another extra mile, in association with the Central government’s Skill Development Corporation, Apollo Hospitals has come up with ‘Medskills Smart Center’ in the city. The training center was formally inaugurated by Managing Director of Dr Ramesh, Cardiac and Multi-specialty Centre, Dr P Ramesh Babu on Friday (October 16).\r\nDr Ramesh Managing Director cutthe ribbon to mark the inauguration of Cardiac and Multi specialty Centre.
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