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Emotional callers hamper speedy ambulance dispatch

...y of Warwick, revealed that more than a quarter of ambulances are delayed because of such communication problems. The implications of such a high number of ambulance delays to patients who need urgent medical attention are enormous, according to Martin Shalley of the British Association of Accident and Emergenc...

German hospital established in Kashmir for earthquake relief

...comprising 71 doctors and paramedic staff with two ambulances has also been deputed in Muzaffarabad. Two Japanese teams comprising 30 doctors and paramedic staff are also on their way to the city. Source: Indo-Asian News Service...

Ambulance queue before hospitals with emergency patients

...y patient. In some instances there are queues of ambulances lined up before the hospital with emergency patients and sometime the ambulance staff take these patients to other hospitals to avoid life casualties. The trust has reassured that patient life is very important and necessary action would be taken to ...

Mumbai To Get Emergency Ambulance Service

...induja Hospital has agreed to provide eight manned ambulances with all emergency care equipment and give facilities for training. This will be imparted by US-based doctors for the next five years,' Shah said. 'A committee of deans of the medical colleges, chief executives of major hospitals in Mumbai and gov...

Chinese Students Affected By Unknown Flu

...umer.org. // Reporters can still see a couple of ambulances waiting on the university campus to respond to any...ture in a few students had reached 103.3 oF. A few ambulances shuttled between the campus and the hospital often. Thus far, a total of 400 students with fevers ha...

Large Ambulances To Handle Obese patients In Vegas

...kesman Bob Leinbach called the need for the larger ambulances obvious as the average American are much heavier. Of Nevada's 1.7 million adult residents in 2004, the Federal Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and the state Health Division estimate that 21 percent, or about 357,000, were obese ...

Lack of Proper Emergency Access during the Run Led To the Death of Four Runners

...tendance, with a fully equipped field hospital, 19 ambulances and two motorbike paramedics as well as St John Ambulance and the Red Cross. The Run was organized by Nova International and Dr Russell Curtis, a local GP criticized the lack of proper medical cover at the critical final stage of the race. But record...

The myth about government hospitals

... and Research Centre said that at his hospital the ambulances are staffed with trained doctors and nurse who start the treatment on the way to the hospital. Dr Pande said that one should plan well in advance and identify a well-equipped hospital that is close to the home....

US Emergency Rooms ill prepared for Disasters

... have reached a "breaking point" and are diverting ambulances to less-pressed facilities which has only increase...urs and sometimes even days to get a hospital bed, ambulances are turned away from full ERs about 500,000 times a year. According to the report disjointed medical...

Hospitals Appeal to Citizen Groups to Rush Doctors, Paramedicals

...tizens groups were asked to contribute doctors and ambulances as well as paramedical support, hospital sources said. Citizens were asked to donate blood in this hour of crisis. Source:PTI News...

Incorrect Recording Of Response Time By Six Ambulance Trusts

...sponse times for emergency calls and will also see ambulances delivering a wider range of healthcare to patients."...

Bankruptcy forces Hospital staff to Call For County Takeover

...mergency room patients this year, began re-routing ambulances and critical cases to other hospitals last week, according to. Several other services including employee salaries have been cut and as of Tuesday there were only 32 patients in the hospital. Nursing supervisor Martha Iwaihara said, "Most of us are...

Doc at a Distance

...pe is that in the not-so-distant future, fleets of ambulances or helicopters equipped with surgical robots would rush to disaster-stricken areas, allowing faraway doctors to save limbs and lives. Source-Newswise SRM...

Choked Roads, a Trouble for Ambulance Drivers

...fly-over and other thick traffic zones. Around 200 ambulances operate in this city with some equipped with adequ...th traffic police and the motorists could help the ambulances in moving ahead when they spot them and it is high time for the ambulances to get well equipped. ...

Indo-American Doctors to Build Emergency Medical System

...ss, Balasubramanium said: "We may need at least 30 ambulances for the purpose. But a through survey of the groun...g the huge volume of traffic in Delhi, he said the ambulances can be customised. "It can be a scooter ambulance. The doctor will set out in the scooter with a ...

New Delhi to Have More Dispensaries

...ief minister said her government would procure 430 ambulances by 2008. Thirty ambulances would be made available every month. Currently, there are only 135 ambulances in Delhi. Dikshit la...

Hospital Projects to Take the Weight Off Overcrowded Ones

...am machines. Also available at the centres will be ambulances to transport severely ill patients to hospitals and also to bring them back to continue their treatment at the community centres. Saying that the project was aimed at creating better facilities so people in rural areas could have easier access to b...

Obese Aussies Get Big Ambulances

... health officials are now revamping their fleet of ambulances to cope with a sharp rise in overweight patients. ...er-sized vehicles have been introduced and new air ambulances will be remodeled to carry heavier people. The ambulances will now be equipped with heavy-duty stret...

Mumbai to Have Integrated Trauma Care Facility

...cility would help citizens to avail fully equipped ambulances within minutes of an accident. "The ambulance would have all the facilities available in an operation theatre. One doctors, one assistant, oxygen, other required machines would be placed inside it," said Navin C. Shah, co-founder of AAPI. This al...

Integrated Trauma Care Facility in Mumbai

...cility would help citizens to avail fully equipped ambulances within minutes of an accident. "The ambulance would have all the facilities available in an operation theatre. One doctors, one assistant, oxygen, other required machines would be placed inside it," said Navin C. Shah, co-founder of AAPI. This alon...

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