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World Ambulance Day: Driving save life message home

DNJAI84389 | 1/12/2018 | Author : Amit Bhatt | WC :315 | Health



An ambulance flashing red light and having its siren on, means a life is at stake and requires immediate admission in a hospital. However, with the increasing traffic on roads, ambulances have a tough task in taking the patients to hospitals on time.
To educate and sensitise people on the need of giving way to an ambulance on roads, on the occasion of World Ambulance Day,a campaign named 'Give Way, Save Life,'has been launched in Jaipur. During the initiative launched by Manipal Hospitals, a series of activities to educate people on basic life support was conducted. This included poster exhibitions, talks and training to demonstrate and understand the benefits of basic life support, during critical situations or e
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