Have a safe Diwali, and call us in time of Emergency!

Diwali is around the corner, the festival of light and togetherness. Candles, lamps, food, and colorful fireworks are a huge part of this occasion. We all look forward to the day to enjoy and embrace the little joys of life. As we know, festivals and excitements have their room. We should be cautious enough with safety measures around us. Although, Many accidents happen during this time.


Always have an emergency number for Ambulance service in your speed Dial. (9264198199)


Do you know? Every year at the time of Diwali, emergency rooms are full. Severe burns, fire accidents, injured patients, and critical wounded visit hospitals during festivals. Firecrackers cause air and noise pollution, which it should avoid, but many don’t! In fact, Firework looks mesmerizing to the eyes but is dangerous if not handled with care.


Make this Diwali healthy and safe for you and your close ones; here are a few tips to have safe celebrations with precautions.


Safety Tips to Make Your Diwali happy and safe!


1. Store firecrackers in a safe space that is out of children’s reach.


Firecrackers are unavoidable on Diwali because of kids around, for the dazzling fireworks are the sight of their happiness. This is when we need to take extra care of our children and keep these crackers away from their reach to avoid accidents. Firecrackers should be kept in a closed box.


2. Brust firecrackers very carefully.


There should be a certain level of physical distance while lighting the firecrackers. We should keep it away from our hands and burn it with utmost care. Ignorance can lead to causation and severe burns.


3. Always light crackers in an open space.


The spark of crackers is quick and unknown. You can never predict the flow of sparks after burning a few specific crackers, so it’s a healthy suggestion to burn crackers in an open space for safety purposes. Also, the smoke in a packed space can suffocate, which isn’t good for health. We always urge people not to burn crackers and make them safer for themselves and the environment.


4. Elders should assist children at the time of bursting crackers.


It’s dangerous to leave your kids and children alone when bursting firecrackers. We might witness some unforeseen situation with an emergency. Elders and guardians should surround children to handle the situations in case of critical Emergencies and accidents.


5. Always buy crackers from a licensed shop.


Every year we hear cases of severe accidents at the time of Diwali. Serious burns and wounds from untimely and strange crackers burst after lighting and killing people. We should be very sure of shops and markets from where we buy crackers and more. The sale of crackers is regulated under the Explosive Act’s provisions of the Explosive Rules 2008.


6. Place diyas and candles in the right spot which doesn’t catch fire.


Following traditional beliefs and cultural practices, we lit lamps, diyas, and candles at every corner of the house, which we cannot ignore. It’s the day of luminous beauty and coming together to light enough to beat the night’s darkness, as per this festival’s meaning. Here, we need to focus on placing candles and diyas in the right corner where there’s no direct contact with curtains, clothes, electric wires, or anything which catches fire. Keep looking for places at intervals where they are kept to avoid fire and burns.


7. Keep the fire extinguisher to your nearest reach.


A fire extinguisher should be kept in close contact to use at the time of Emergency. One or two fire extinguishers should be a must in every house. Spending money buying a fire extinguisher is a sane investment to keep oneself safe. If you cannot afford it, always keep a bucket of water and sand ready to put out the fire.


8. A bucket of water and unused blankets should be there.


Heavy flow and slaps of water can help control the spread of fire; never throw water on electric wires directly, as it can worsen the situation. Use thick layer blankets to wrap and protect people and control the fire.


9. Dress rightly at the time of burning crackers.


We get ready to celebrate because we have our festive reasons to get our best attire on and enjoy the festival thoroughly. We prefer wearing light clothes when burning crackers to avoid accidents. Wear your best traditional outfit and have a good time, but when you are near firecrackers and candles, be sure that clothes do not catch fire.


10. Food safety 


Excessive eating is the other side of the coin at the time occasion. Consuming sweets from outside can be hazardous because, due to the heavy demand in the market, the quality is compromised with low-quality ingredients and unhygienic ways of making them. Even if you are consuming homemade food, don’t overeat. It leads to many uncalled health issues.


11. Extra attention to children and elders. 


The loud sound and heavy smoke of bursting crackers aren’t healthy for elders as it causes discomfort and uneasiness. Children are tricky to handle with their excitement level in festive moods, so it’s essential to look after them, so they don’t encounter mishappening. Discarding oneself from bursting fireworks is the wisest move. It’s safe and healthy for everyone because Diwali is more about celebrations, family, food, memory, traditions, and light than polluting the atmosphere and making it tough to breathe in toxic air.


12. Never use sanitizers before bursting crackers.


Due to covid, we practice using sanitizer every next hour to keep it safe. It will be the biggest mistake if we do that now before using sanitizer as sanitizer contains 60-95% of alcohol which is highly flammable. Firecrackers and sanitizers are a combination of the disaster which would badly injure people. BEWARE! Don’t use sanitizer at the time of lighting and firecrackers.


13. Keep a first aid kit handy.


Keep the first aid box available and prepared to avoid severe burns and injuries. Make it visible so people can quickly grab and use it in their time of need. A first aid box is essential for pre-hospital care as it can treat victims and provide medical care.


If you want to read more about the Medical Emergency preparedness then you can click over the bold text.


In case of any emergency and unforeseen medical urgency, call us at 9264198199.


We provide pre-hospital care within 15 minutes by availing ambulances with paramedics to take care of their severe medical treatment. 24*7 availability, and even at festivals, we are there for you. We provide different medical transit according to the need of the patient’s condition. Please find the below link for more details.


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Medical Emergency preparedness

Disasters claim hundreds of thousands of lives each year. Every disaster has a lasting impact on families and property. They can happen whenever, anyplace, and quite often abruptly. Preparing yourself and your loved ones for medical emergencies can reduce fear and anxiety and save lives during and after an event.


The first line of defense is your prep efforts.


Local emergency services may not be able to help you or your loved ones immediately after a disaster. Therefore, it is recommended that you are self-sufficient for at least 72 hours (3 days).


After considering the needs of your home and the disasters or emergencies that may arise in your area, you may want to use the Increase inventory and extend the duration of your home supply to 2 weeks. This may include water, food, sanitation, first aid, and emergency shelter.


Be aware of the dangers in your area and how to respond while having medical emergencies.


Remember that awareness and preparation can save lives.


In the immediate aftermath of a disaster, there may be brief or prolonged disruption to vital services such as running water, electricity, and communications sources.


Talk to your family about potential disasters that could affect your area and the importance of being prepared.


Involve all family members in risk/hazard identification



evacuation routes from your home and neighborhood and a meeting point to go to if you are separated.


Also, develop a communication plan for how you will communicate if your family members are separated and who will be the point of contact.


Your family may not be together when an emergency occurs, so it’s important to plan how you’ll communicate with each other and get back together.


Some essential health services everyone should know about.


Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is given when a person’s breathing or pulse stops. When both have stopped, sudden death has occurred. Some causes of sudden death are poisoning, drowning, suffocation, suffocation, electrocution, or smoke inhalation. However, the most common cause of sudden death is a heart attack.


Although CPR has been shown to save lives, patient recovery rates are better when paramedics initiate CPR and have a higher chance of survival with less damage to the patient’s Muscles of the heart and brain; studies suggest that less than a third of people who experience cardiac arrest outside of a medical facility get the help they need.


Take action immediately if you or someone you know has experienced any of the above warning signs. Call Disaster Relief or your local emergency number. If necessary, perform CPR if you are trained, or ask someone trained to do it.


Trauma is the fourth leading cause of death and the number one preventable cause of death from injury.


Although almost anyone can control life-threatening bleeding, you only need your hands and a little knowledge.


Find the source of the bleeding, cover the wound with a cloth or piece of clothing, and wear it directly and evenly, pushing with both hands until help comes. If the person is unconscious, lay them on their injured side if possible.


Once the bleeding is under control, ensure the injured person is breathing well and comfortably. You can apply a tourniquet if you cannot stop the bleeding with continuous, direct pressure.


Applying a tourniquet requires the help of another person and should only be done as a last resort.


In the event of an earthquake, if you are indoors, you must do the following:


  • Drop, Cover, and Hold on;
  • DO NOT stand inside or walk outside;
  • If you get stuck at a table or Desk, stand against an inside wall or inside corner of the building, crouch down, and cover your neck and head with your arms. ONLY use a door as a shelter if it is very close to you and you know it is load-bearing and heavily supported door;


When cooking, turn off the stove before you and release the cover;


  • Go outside of your building
  • Keep away from buildings, power lines, and utility poles;
  • If you are on the coast, go to higher ground immediately.


If you are driving:


  • Do not stop at or under overpasses, bridges, or tunnels;
  • Do not stop under nearby power lines, utility poles, trees, or signs;
  • Stop at the side of the road and apply the emergency brake;
  • Remain in your vehicle until the earthquake is finished.


If you are trapped under debris:


  • DO NOT light a match;
  • No moving or lifting of dust;
  • Cover your mouth with a bandage or cloth;
  • Rescuers can use a pipe or a wall touch you find. Use a whistle if one is available. Only scream as the last resort.
  • Shouting can cause you to breathe in dangerous amounts of dust; Keep calm.




Every year, fires kill a larger number of individuals than all cataclysmic events consolidated. You shall follow the followings:


Understanding the hazards in and around your home can save your home and family.



Check the smoke detectors in your home every few months.


Remove all dry brushes from around your home and follow the brush cleaning rules of the local fire department.


Before you open a door, feel the door to see if it’s hot. If not, carefully open it and stand behind the door. Prepare to close it quickly.


Do not hesitate, If you are asked to evacuate. Exit routes may be blocked as a result of wildfire.


Know the evacuation routes out of your house and at least 2 routes out of your neighborhood.


Keep fire extinguishers in your home, especially in the cooking area.


Teach everyone in the family how to use them used.


Keep at least half a tank of gas/fuel in your vehicle.


Terrorism is using force or force against a person or property in violation of criminal laws for intimidation, coercion, or ransom.


Terrorist acts include terrorist threats, murders; kidnappings; kidnappings; Bomb and bomb threats, (computer-aided) cyber-attacks; and the use of chemical, biological, nuclear, and radiological attacks.


General safety guidelines, particularly to prevent anything undesirable from happening:


Be careful of your surroundings.


Do you know your neighbors?


Report suspicious activity to the police.


Take precautions when roaming.


Watch out for any suspicious or unusual behavior.


Do not accept anything from strangers.


Do not leave your luggage unattended. You should immediately report any unusual behavior, suspicious or unattended packages, and strange devices to the police or security personnel.


If traveling internationally, do not use the do not disturb sign on your door as it indicates occupancy.


Learn where the emergency exits are located in buildings that you visit frequently.


Plan how you get out in an emergency.


Be ready to disrupt the services you normally depend on electricity, phones, natural gas, gas pumps, cash registers, ATMs, and internet transactions.


Flooding affects every state in the country.No matter where you live; it’s important to be aware of flood conditions and signs and what to do if you are affected by a flood.


If your area is likely to be flooded, you should respect flood guidelines.


Update yourself with the radio or TV for information.


Please note that this is Flash flooding may occur. If there is a danger of a flash flood, go to a higher place immediately. Don’t wait for relocation instructions.


Beware of creeks, drainage canals, canyons, and other areas known for flash flooding. Flash floods can occur in these areas with or without specific warnings, such as rain clouds or heavy rain.


If you need to prepare for an evacuation, you should do the following:


Protect your home. If you have time, bring garden furniture.


Move important items to a higher floor.


Turn off supply lines at master switches or valves when instructed.


Unplug electronic devices. Try not to contact electrical gear when wet or remaining in the water.


Remember these evacuation tips, If you must leave your home:


Don’t walk on running water. Six crawls of moving water can trip you. Assuming you should stroll in the water, walk where the water doesn’t move. Use a stick to test the firmness of the ground to avoid unwanted issues.


Do not drive in flooded areas. If flood water rises around your car, get out of it and go to higher ground if it is safe. Flood water can sweep the vehicle away quickly.


The following are important points to remember when driving in floods:


Six inches of water reaches the bottom of most passenger vehicles, causing loss of control and potential Blocking.


A foot of water floats many vehicles.


Two feet of rushing water can wash away most vehicles, including sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) and pickup trucks.


Everyone reacts differently after a disaster. Most reactions are considered normal and temporary. However, anticipating possible reactions can help you have a successful transition.


As you prepare to go home, consider these common responses:


  • Irritability and anger
  • Nightmares
  • Head and body-ache
  • Over alertness
  • Overuse of Alcohol or drugs
  • Fatigue
  • Sleep disorder
  • Depression
  • Concentration issues



Check out some strategies that can help you deal with reactions:


Nonetheless, talk to someone about your feelings (anger, sadness, and other emotions). It cannot be easy.


Ask professional consultants for help with Stress after a disaster.


Do not take responsibility for the catastrophic event or feel frustrated because you cannot help directly with the rescue work.


Take steps to promote your own physical and emotional healing through healthy eating, rest, exercise, relaxation, and meditation.


Keep a normal family and daily routine, limiting demanding responsibilities for you and your family.


Spend time with family and friends.


Existing care groups of family, companions, and strict foundations.


Helping Children Prepare for Emergencies


Teach them about natural hazards such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, severe storms, and snowstorms and what to do when they happen.


Create a family emergency plan and assemble an emergency kit.


Help your kids what to do in the event of a fire.


Ensure your Kids understand what to do if there should be an occurrence of fire. School when an emergency arises.


Helping children cope


Children, in particular, are particularly vulnerable to stress feel and can react differently. The key to helping your kids cope is to be there and make them feel safe.


View their feelings of dread in a serious way and let them know it’s OK to be terrified.


Explain what happened as best you can and admit how scary it was.


Say, tell your children what to think and feel about. This will make them feel less alone, knowing you have similar feelings as you do.


Keep to family routines like mealtimes and bedtimes.


Although parents can play an important role in helping children deal with anxiety, it can be helpful to speak to a professional, such as a psychologist or social worker, who can help children understand their emotions and deal with them.


Young children may cry, moan, or wet the bed in an emergency. Older children may have an intense fear of injury or separation anxiety.


Other common reactions include fear of the dark, physical pain, and difficulty eating or sleeping.


Teach your children to use the emergency number for disasters:


1) Explain what the emergency number is


First, children should be taught when to call the medical emergencies number must. Tell them they can call this service anytime they think one or more people are in danger or seriously injured.


Judging such a situation may not be obvious to children, so they need concrete examples.


When your children are young, use simple words and avoid medical language. For example, you could say:


If you see someone lying motionless on the floor, seek adult medical attention immediately.


If anyone close to you has a specific medical condition problem, you should explain it to your children. Describe the symptoms and tell them what to do if that person is unwell.


If no one is around, call the emergency helpline number for the details.


2) Assess the risks before calling the emergency helpline number


Children should be able to determine if it is safe to call emergency helpline numbers from their location.


Remind them to be in a safe place before calling the emergency number. For example, tell them that if there is a fire in one room or the whole house, they should leave the house immediately and then call the emergency number.


Remember: Explain to your children that calling a medical emergencies helpline number is not a game or a joke. Tell them that when someone is in danger, every second counts. An unnecessary call could prevent someone in danger from getting help.


3) What to tell the emergency number


Explain to your children what happens when they call the emergency number. Tell them that someone (male or female) will ask them if they need the police, fire department, or ambulance service. Again, if your children are young, use easy-to-understand words (like “ambulance” instead of “paramedic”). If your children are very young, briefly explain what each service can do in an emergency, or tell them to tell the person on the line that they need help right away.


Teach them what they are, describe the situation, and say where they are.


You will always be asked for the location of the emergency first, then the caller’s name, location, and phone number.


It is vital to be pretty much as unambiguous and clear as could be expected.


4) Practice or role-play


Introduce children to medical emergencies to reduce panic or anxiety in the event of an actual emergency.


For instance, you can make a game with situations for your kids to test their insight.


Adapt the scenarios to the age and development of your children.


Exercise twice yearly, so your children are as prepared as possible for medical emergencies.


Remember, awareness and preparedness will save lives!


Make sure you are prepared for future medical emergencies or events by stocking up on disaster kits and upgrading your family disaster plan. Taking these positive actions can be reassuring safety.

Digestive Disorders and Disease: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Digestive disorders and diseases are any ailments related to the digestive system, including the mouth, salivary glands, throat, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, rectum, and anus.


Gastrointestinal disorders can also include more chronic illnesses, such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, ulcerative colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, or liver disease and may need prolonged, specialized treatment to maintain functional gastrointestinal health.


There are different types of gastrointestinal diseases which include viral gastroenteritis, food poisoning, and even constipation.


Symptoms of Digestive disorders:


Digestive disorders often begin with abdominal discomfort and nausea, and then symptoms can vary depending on your specific condition. Diagnoses can include short-term acute illnesses, sometimes referred to as “stomach bugs.” They can cause uncomfortable symptoms as they make their way through your system.


Diseases of Digestive disorders are:


Food poisoning:


Food poisoning is a disease that occurs when a person has eaten food contaminated with infectious bacteria like salmonella, listeria, or E.coli. This can happen when people consume undercooked or improperly handled food.


Symptoms usually appear 8 to 12 hours after eating infectious food and can last a day or two. Food poisoning starts with abdominal cramps. Other symptoms of food poisoning may include: Causes, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Fever, Cramps


Bacterial Digestive infections:


Gastrointestinal infections can arise from viruses, bacteria, or parasites that stay in the gastrointestinal tract. Viral and bacterial infections usually resolve within a few days with medical care alone. Depending on the type and severity, bacterial infections can be treated with broad-spectrum antibiotics. However, parasitic infections usually require medical treatment to clear them.


Symptoms of bacterial exposure include Diarrhea, Abdominal tenderness, and vomiting.




It occurs when a person has fewer than three bowel movements in a week or has difficult bowel movements. Basically, Constipation is a common disorder in G.I illness. Usually temporary, often the result of Inactivity, eating or drinking lots of dairy products, and/or not getting enough fiber or water in your diet. Constipation may go away on its own within a few days. Constipation can also be a side effect of certain drugs. It can be treated with prescribed medicines, but if symptoms don’t go away quickly or if severe symptoms occur such as abdominal pain, vomiting, or bleeding, need emergency medical attention immediately.


Symptoms of constipation include: Irregular bowel movement and Bloating




Morning sickness:


Many pregnant women suffer from morning sickness, which can persist at any time of the day. Morning sickness, which usually occurs in the first trimester of pregnancy, is not a real “disease” either, but the result of hormonal fluctuations in the female body.


Nausea and vomiting are the symptoms of Morning sickness.


Diagnostic Tests to diagnose digestive disorders:


In digestive disorders, Standard Imaging Tests include Upper gastrointestinal series, Ultrasound, MRI, CT scans, and X-rays. To get a clearer picture of the GI tract, a barium swallow or barium enema can be used along with an X-ray.


For all Digestive diseases and illnesses, patients will be referred to a gastroenterologist for chronic conditions. Only Specialists will be able to help the patient decide how to adjust their lifestyle, diet, medications, or manage their ongoing symptoms. And if the doctor suspects serious conditions, the patient is immediately referred to the emergency room.


If you are seeing some of these symptoms, then you can also get full body checkup done. Your diseases can be confirmed with these checkups.

Lifelong effects of psychological trauma and their therapy

Mental or emotional trauma is psychological damage or injury after experiencing an extremely frightening or distressing event and can result in impaired normal functioning or coping after the event.


Mental health problems in trauma: anxiety and panic attacks, fear, anger, irritability, obsessions and compulsions, shock and disbelief, emotional numbness and detachment, depression, Shame, and guilt (especially when the person processing the trauma survived and others did not).


There are three main types of trauma:


Acute trauma: Acute trauma results from a single incident.


Chronic trauma: Chronic trauma is repeated and prolonged, such as domestic violence or abuse.


Complex trauma: Complex trauma is exposure to multiple and multiple traumatic events, often of an invasive interpersonal nature.


Perhaps, emotional abuse is one of the most common forms of psychological trauma. This can be a common form of trauma, as emotional abuse can take many different forms. Sometimes it’s easy to hide or not recognize emotional abuse.


People react with Shock to trauma and react with Difficulty believing what happened, feeling disconnected, and confused. Feeling numb and disconnected, not wanting to connect with others, or withdrawing from those around you. Continuous alert, feeling that the danger is still there or that the event is ongoing.


Experiencing abuse or other trauma puts people at risk of developing mental illnesses, such as:


  • Anxiety disorders.
  • Depression.
  • Post-traumatic stress.
  • Alcohol or drug abuse.
  • Uncertain Personality Disorder.


Trauma therapy enables the processing of memories related to the trauma and allows for growth toward more adaptive psychology. It helps develop positive coping rather than negative coping and allows the individual to integrate and internally release stressful and disturbing material (thoughts, feelings, and memories). It also helps in the growth of personal skills like resilience, ego regulation, empathy, etc.




Processes of Trauma therapy are:


Psychoeducation: Dissemination of information and vulnerability education and adaptive coping mechanisms.


Emotion regulation: identity, counteract discriminatory and fundamental thoughts and emotions from internal construction to external representation.


Cognitive processing: Transforming negative perceptions and beliefs about self, others, and the environment into positive ones through cognitive reappraisal or reframing.


Trauma processing: systematic desensitization, response activation and titrated extinction with emotional response conditioning, disparity deconstruction (emotional state versus the state of reality), and resolution of traumatic material (theoretically to a state where triggers no longer create harmful stress and the individual can express relief).


Emotional Processing: Reconstructing faulty perceptions, beliefs, and expectations, accustoming to new life contexts for trauma-related self-activated fears, and providing crisis maps with encoded emotions and appropriate cognition. (This phase does not begin until the phase before the completion of the clinical evaluation and assessment by the psychologist).


Experience processing: Visualization of the achieved state of relief and relaxation methods.


Helping others is a great way to improve your regain sense of power. Knowing that you make other people’s lives easier in some way will make you feel fulfilled, reduce feelings of helplessness, and remind you of your strengths. Don’t let your past stop you from living the life you want or from achieving your goals. Let your friends, family, or behavioral health professionals help you recover.


                        “In a Medical-emergency Response time Matters.”


The application provided by HanumanCare has 24×7 medical aid provisions along with a 24×7 call center service for non-app users. The application serves as a one-click solution to multiple services such as booking emergency healthcare, diagnostic collection at home, home nursing service include -emergency first responder, ECG and routine health check-ups and many more.


HanumanCare is an emergency care solutions provider under Medicvisor operating in 38 districts throughout Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi NCR, and parts of Uttar Pradesh.


AI-powered data-driven decisions enable HanumanCare ambulance and EMR teams are there to improve efficiency and turnaround time by locating patients or clinics near diagnostic and ambulance services. As an aggregator of health services, HanumanCare’s AI-powered platform provides customers and partners with transparent pricing and transparency. Furthermore, Digital data (geo-data) and heat maps are also used to find information.


HanumanCare provides road ambulance, Train ambulance and Air ambulance for bed-to-bed transfer of patients.


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Disaster Management Readiness with Hanuman Ambulances!

Effectively preparing and responding to any calamity is classified as Disaster management, it requires strategically organizing resources to lessen the harm that natural or manmade disasters cause. This management also requires a systematic plan to control the responsibilities of disaster prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery, the four-step readiness process.


Disasters can cause serious disorder to the functioning of a society that exceeds its capacity to recover using its resources. Disasters can be either natural or man-made. they can also be due to technological hazards, among other numerous factors. Effective disaster management seeks to lessen or avoid the potential losses from hazards, assure quick assistance to the victims, and gain effective recovery.


It is also crucial that the treating hospitals and clinics remain safe and functional during and after disasters. Awareness, education, preparedness, prediction, and warning systems can reduce the disruptive impacts of a natural disaster on the people of the affected area. Adapting building codes, land use practices, and zoning are required to prevent or reduce damage from hazards.


Disaster management can also be defined as the management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all aspects of emergencies particularly, preparedness and response time to minimize the impact.


It includes a set of measures to manage in advance by governments, organizations, societies, or individuals for effective response and recovery with the immediate after-effect of a disaster, whether it is human-induced or natural hazards.


The full-scale management plan for disaster management consists of four phases: prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery (PPRR) to ensure a balance between the reduction of risk and the enhancement, and secure effective response and recovery experiences.


Preparedness is to have made all the recovery plans so when the time comes, we will have everything ready. Readiness is being prepared and ‘ready to go at the time of Disaster being able, because of ‘preparedness’, Disaster readiness is known as emergency management, we at Hanuman are ever-ready for any uncertain events, which might require en-route and onsite first aid for people, transporting people to the hospital, etc.


Readiness is a four-step process


Mitigation: assessing risk and taking steps to prevent or reduce the severity of the Disaster


Preparedness: getting ready for an emergency, making an emergency kit, and plans, honing skills and practicing


Response: Once a disaster affects, respond to save lives, prevent the disaster from spreading further, protect the property


Recovery: After the disaster, it is time to execute the chalked-out plan to cover the losses


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We at Hanuman are disaster and emergency ready, our ambulance service are new-age and our technicians take that extra mile in cases of emergency providing medical aid provisions along with a 24×7 call center service for our users.


Our website serves as a one-click solution to multiple services such as booking emergency healthcare, diagnostic collection at home, home nursing services including emergency first responder, ECG, routine health check-ups, and many more.


We are an emergency care solutions provider under Medicvisor operating in thirty-eight districts throughout Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi NCR, and parts of Uttar Pradesh. Call for professional medical emergency assistance, contact 9264-198-199, and experience Live Tracking, a Skilled Team, 24*7 Support, and Timely Response!

What do You need To Know About Antibiotic Resistance?

Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria change in response to the use of antibiotic medicines, become resistant, or, keep growing. These bacteria may infect humans and animals, and the infections caused by such bacteria are harder to treat than those caused by non-resistant bacteria. When bacteria and fungi are under pressure to adapt to antibiotics and anti-fungal, antibiotic resistance is accelerated. Antibiotics and anti-fungal kill some germs that cause infections, but they also kill helpful germs that protect our body from infection, the antimicrobial-resistant germs survive and multiply.


Antibiotic resistance mechanisms are divided into different classifications-


  • Limiting the use of a drug
  • Redesign a drug target
  • Pacify a drug
  • Active drug discharge


The primary methods of antimicrobial resistance are-


  • Synthetic degradation of antibacterial drugs
  • Adaption of bacterial proteins that are antimicrobial targets
  • Changes in membrane permeability to antibiotics


Bacteria are resistant to antibiotics-


  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  • Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE)
  • Multi-drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MDR-TB)
  •  Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) Gut bacteria


Medical emergency


Antibiotic resistance results in insufficient ability to treat infections and illnesses in people. This resistance can lead to the problems of increased human illness, severe suffering, shoot-up costs, and long-duration of treatments and can lead to death.


The majority of the population is at risk of antibiotic-resistant infections, but young children, cancer patients, and people over the age of 60 are at the greatest risk for antibiotic-resistant infections.


Some bacteria that are capable of causing serious disease are becoming resistant to the most commonly available antibiotics because of the revision and ability of bacteria. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria can spread from person to person in the group or from patient to patient in the hospital.


Different types and strains of bacteria behave differently to antibiotics and their spectrum of activity.


Complications of antibiotic resistance are-


  • i. Risk of severe extended illness and death
  • ii. Severe and more medication side effects
  • iii. Long duration of hospital stays
  • iv. Increase medical appointments
  • v. Shoot up medical costs


Test of antibiotic resistance involves the collection of antibiotic susceptibility tests by microbiology laboratories. In a Medical-emergency Response time Matters. Hanuman Care provides 24×7 medical aid provisions along with a 24×7 call center service for non-app users. The application serves as a one-click solution to multiple services such as booking emergency health care, diagnostic collection at home, and home nursing services including -emergency first responder, ECG, routine health check-ups, and many more.


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Hanuman Care is an emergency care solutions provider under Medicvisor operating in thirty-eight districts throughout Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi NCR, and parts of Uttar Pradesh. AI-powered data-driven decisions enable HanumanCare ambulance and EMR teams to improve efficiency and turnaround time by locating patients or clinics near diagnostic and ambulance services.


As a Pre-hospital care in Emergency Medical service provisioner. HanumanCare’s tech advanced platform provides customers and partners transparency in price and medical assistance. Moreover, Digital data (ggeo-data) and heat maps are also used to find the exact locations with distinct information’s. HanumanCare provides medical transportation via road ambulance, Train ambulance and Air ambulance as well for bed-to-bed transfer of patients.


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In case of Head or Spine injury response time matters, act quick!

Head and spine trauma is injuries or accidents that affect the brain or spinal cord or both. The character of spinal cord injury after an accident is acute back pain or constraint in Neck, head, or back.


Head or spine injury’s impact on people:


1. There is evidence of a head injury with an ongoing change in the level of consciousness

2. The complaints of severe pain in the neck or back

3. An injury has applied significant impact on the back or head

4. The complaints of weakness, numbness, lacks of control of limbs, bladder, bowel, and/or Paralysis


An Injury can be divided into two types – complete and incomplete spinal cord injury. A complete spinal cord injury makes permanently harms the region of the spinal cord. Spastic paralysis or muteness is the result of complete spinal cord injuries.


The basic causes of spinal cord injury are:


  • Sudden fall
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Sports injuries
  • Diving accidents
  • Exercise-accidents
  • Criminal-Violence (gunshot or stab wounds)
  • Infections that lead to the emergence of an ulcer on the spinal cord


Head or Spinal cord injury causes inflammation. This inflammation can affect the entire nervous system (including the Brain). And the brain can be very sensitive to inflammation and force.




The brain is a soft and elegant organ. A line-shooter to the head can cause injury to the brain or spinal cord may be with no visible signs of trauma to the skullcap or face. All head injuries are considered serious and should be examined by a super-specialty center or the hospital emergency department.


In the head or spinal injury, avoid moving the head or neck. Provide first aid as soon as possible without moving the head or neck. If the patient shows no signs of breathing, coughing, or movement, begin CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), but do not force the head back to open the airway.


Use fingers to gently hold the jaw and lift it forward. Legs and lower body paralysis can result from damage to the lower part of the spine. Only spinal cord injuries high in the spine have an impact on breathing. Anywhere along the spinal cord that is compromised can impair the ability to control one’s bowels and bladder. Damage to a spinal nerve can result in discomfort, heightened sensitivity, numbness, and muscle weakness.


There are various nerve roots from which pain might arise. Radicular pain is discomfort that originates from just one nerve root. If a person suffers a head injury, loss of consciousness, or becomes confused/disoriented after being injured, one must visit the emergency department of a hospital. If the injury happens quickly (car or bike accident, a steep fall, etc.) and the person feels nauseated or vomiting, one must visit the Doctor as soon as possible.


Surgery is needed to remove bone fragments, foreign objects, herniated discs, or fractured vertebrae that are compressing the spine. Surgery also is needed to stabilize the spine to prevent pain or deformity. Soft neck collars and various braces are options for healing safely and quickly after surgery. In a Head injury, response time matters.


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