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India: Rajasthan Govt Will Equip Highway Dhabas to Provide Medical Treatment to Accident Victims


Jaipur: The Rajasthan government will train roadside dhaba staff and ensure first aid medicines are available at national and state highways to help those injured in accidents receive timely treatment.\r\nRajasthan medical and health minister Rajendra Rathore said that they are identifying spots on highways where most mishaps occur and roadside dhaba staff will be given training for first aid so that they can help in saving lives. Initially, one national and one state highway will be selected or this cause.
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India: Traffic Police Launch Ambulance Service of Amritsar


As many as 50 per cent lives can be saved in road accidents if victims are admitted to a hospital within one hour of the mishap. However, due to the present traffic conditions a number of times government ambulance reaches the accident spot late thereby losing precious moments in saving lives of victims.\r\n“The people can pass information about any accident and victim needing emergency ambulance service at traffic helpline No. 1073,” said Dhruman Nimbale, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADCP), traffic
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India: Railway Emergency Unit to be opened in Kerala


Thiruvananthapuram: The first railway emergency unit in the State as part of Indian Railway’s emergency medical service project will be opened at the Thiruvananthapuram Central railway station. Railway Divisional Manager Sunil Bajpai will inaugurate the unit, which has been set up by the emergency department of PRS Hospital, at 11 a.m. on Wednesday (March 30).\r\nThe unit will be handling all medical emergencies of railway passengers. The unit, which has all the necessary equipment and medical supply, will have qualified paramedical staff.
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India: Govt Planning Water Ambulance Service between Gateway and Alibaug


Mumbai: The state government on Friday (2 April) said it is planning a water ambulance service between the Gateway of India in south Mumbai and Alibaug in neighbouring Raigad district.\r\nReplying to a debate in the Legislative Council on health-related issues raised by Shiv Sena’s Neelam Gorhe and others, Minister for Public Health Deepak Sawant said the water ambulance service has been started on trial basis in the Nar-Par river basin on Gujarat border. “The project can be replicated at Tapola Lake in Mahabaleshwar and Pranhita river bordering Andhra Pradesh,” he added.
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India: Docs to Undergo Internship in Emergency Situations


New Delhi: Doctors vie for acquiring specialty and super specialty but they never learn the basic norms to be followed in the emergency situations as to care to be taken while transferring patients to hospital.\r\nThis realisation has prompted the Health Ministry to make it mandatory for all MBBS students to undergo internship for learning the emergency and trauma skills, according to Dr Jagdish Prasad, Director General of Health Services.
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