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After death of two men, Malaysia's MOH to probe into state of ambulances and response times
 

After death of two men, Malaysia's MOH to probe into state of ambulances and response times

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A recent viral post of the death of a man in Subang Jaya after an ambulance took 35 minutes to arrive, has led the Health Ministry to say that such incidents are "isolated cases".
 
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12 Oct 2016 - General
 
It is unfair to patients and their relatives to receive such treatment by an ambulance in such an emergency situation. Ambulances should always be prepared and must always have a sense of urgency so that medical help can be provided promptly. I still...
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Mahmoud AbdelAziz I agree with the points you stated. It took the operator 7 minutes to contact an ambulance for a patient who complained of chest pain. Those were 7 precious minutes that c...
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Although the two cases were isolated, the details told by the relatives reveal how probable this incident may recur. First of all, lack of compassion is one of the most common misconducts in the medical field. Usually it is not intentional but due to...
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