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India: In a first, Citizens to be trained in CPR


Vadodara: Around 480 students were trained in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) method in the 3-day programme conducted by the Lifelife Foundation that ended on Thursday (5 May). The organization wants to ensure that Vadodara earns the tag of a \'CPR City\', a concept mooted by Shukanto Das, son of Dr Subroto Das, the CEO and co-founder of Lifeline.\r\n\"Vadodara is working towards becoming a smart city and improved medical care is one of the necessities. Citizens should be aware of the first aid that can help them deal with emergencies. CPR is one such step that increases the survival rate of a cardiac arrest victim,\" said S
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India: MUrgency Providing Free Emergency Training Source


The world\'s first emergency medical response mobile application, MUrgency, is providing free life support training to doctors, nurses, EMTs and paramedics enrolled on the One Global Emergency Response Network. The MUrgency Training Program for Responders includes Basic Life Support (BLS) training; Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training; Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training and First Aid (FA) training; MUrgency Mobile App training; and Soft Skills training.
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India: All-inclusive Emergency Number 112 to be in Use from January 1, 2017


New Delhi: Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has approved the provision of a single emergency number in India. The all-inclusive emergency number 112 will come in effect from January 1 in 2017.The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had approached the Indian government to launch the number \'112\' as a single emergency contact number.\r\nThe use of 112 will not affect the existing emergency numbers. Contact numbers such as 100, 101, 102 and 1906, which are used to contact police, fire department, ambulance and gas leakage management, will be reserved as subordinate numbers.
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India: Check This App to Search for Ambulance, Blood Bank


Mangaluru: Need to know about availability of ambulances nearby? Or about blood banks, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, pathology labs, diagnostics, pharmacies or veterinary hospitals registered with the Centre? Android app Ausodhyatmika, which gives information about alternative generic variants for medicines, has incorporated all these options now.\r\nBased on user feedback, additional features and emergency helpline numbers have been incorporated into the mobile phone app making it one-stop app for all healthcare needs, says Krishna Kant Tiwari, the app developer from Bengaluru.
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India: 49 Ambulance on Char-Dham Yatra Route


Dehradun: During Char-dham yatra to provide better health care GVK EMRI 108 emergency service has completed the preparations. Yatrakal the entire route, 49 ambulances including 8 additional, will be deployed.
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