Inspired by an Australian ambulance crew who took a dying woman to the beach on her way to hospital, officials have announced a dedicated vehicle to grant final wishes to terminally ill patients.
It involved about 6,800 people in Iran, ages 50-75, some with previous heart problems and others without them. All got advice on healthy lifestyles and half also were given polypills.
The use of mobile clinics in the UAE to conduct vaccination drives should be taken into account and lauded. The Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (mbru), in collaboration with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), announced
Joe DiMeo sustained third-degree burns on over 80 per cent of his body when he fell asleep while driving home from a night shift in July 2018, causing his car to flip over and then explode. The surgery was carried out on Aug.12 of 2020 and lasted approximately 23 hours.
Nakhira son explained, "From my experience with my father, I want to encourage all members of society, especially senior citizens and residents, to take the COVID-19 vaccination to protect them..."
Gulf Today's Pakistani staffer Agha Riaz, 49, said, “Sharjah’s arrangements are very impressive. Volunteers are very helpful before the vaccine is being administered on you. “Doctors carry out a thorough consultation for up to 10-15 minutes..."
Hundreds of women from the Pakistani Hazara community are coming forward to learn martial arts so they can deliver side kicks and elbow blows when they are struck with a calamity.
The three new approved tests include the antigen test, the RT-LAMP test and the saliva test. The saliva test can be used for children in healthcare facilities if a nose swab is not possible.
Besides making use of personal protective equipment, healthcare workers need to avoid procedures that irritate airways and provoke violent coughing and try to reduce exposure to infectious aerosol while treating Covid-19 patients.