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Malaysia: Hospitals Can’t Turn Away Emergency Cases, Says MMA

Petaliing Jaya: Hospitals, whether government or private, cannot refuse to treat patients during emergencies or life-threatening situations.\r\nMalaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Dr Ravindran R Naidu said doctors are obliged to provide at least basic aid as a matter of medical ethics. This is the case regardless of whether patients are local or foreign.

Nepal: Hello Doctor\' to be launched in the Everest Region

Kathmandu: Everest Link Pvt Ltd has announced to launch emergency medical service \'Hello Doctor\' for the trekkers and mountaineers in the Everest region. Issuing a statement, the company said that \'Hello Doctor\' is an online emergency medical service through which trekkers and mountaineers can directly connect with the doctors during emergency situations.

Pakistan: Give way to Ambulance’ - Awareness Drive

Lahore: The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) will launch an awareness campaign titled \"Ambulance Ko Rasta Dain\" in three provinces of Pakistan from October 1 to December 31.\r\nIn this connection, the ICRC Tuesday (22 August) organised a seminar at the Alhamra Arts Council to create awareness among people. Representatives of health, police and transportation departments were present on the occasion, besides personnel of Traffic Police Rescue 1122.

Pakistan: Rescue 1122 Gets Emergency Medical Response Unit

Peshawar: The Rescue 1122 has purchased a mobile emergency medical response unit which is equipped with minor operation theatre, intensive care unit and other facilities.\r\nA Rescue 1122 official told Dawn that the emergency unit would be first of its kind in the province and would have three rooms, including a minor operation theatre, a four-bedded intensive care unit and emergency outpatient room.

Philippines: City Hospital to Prioritize Emergency Surgical Cases

Bacolod City: The Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) in Bacolod City will prioritize emergency surgical cases with the congestion of patients seek its services daily. Dr Julius Drilon, medical center chief of CLMMRH, said it is reasonably essential to prioritize since the regional hospital serves as the catch-basin of patients in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental. They regularly cater to an average daily census of 850 in-patients, 450 outpatients, and 230 emergency cases, he added. 
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