In the midst of rising traffic congestion in Mumbai, the Maharashtra government said it will launch a pilot venture of motorbike ambulances in Mumbai from one year from now with a view to guarantee speedy expeditious medical assistance amid a mischance or any crisis.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to this impact was marked by Health minister Deepak Sawant and British Trade and Investment minister Lord Francis Maude. Sawant said the exertion is to permit the casualties of mishap or any crisis access to medicinal care in the “Platinum ten minutes” instead of the “Golden hour”.
“The four-wheel ambulances think that its hard to consult through the city’s congested streets. Specialists or paramedics riding bicycles can slice through substantial movement as a result of their mobility” he included. The pastor said the MoU will likewise help fortify and grow medicinal services in country regions. The motorcycle ambulances would begin in the mega polis at ten spots. The bike will take mischance or crisis casualties at the closest doctor’s facility in the briefest conceivable time.
Maude said the MoU will help reinforce relations amongst England and Maharashtra in the human services segment. “The state will profit by the propelled innovation from Britain who will control the state organization to keep advanced records of patients. Specialists and medical caretakers will be prepared and human services focuses in country zones will be fortified”, he included.