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- adj. Of, relating to, or being a person trained to give emergency medical treatment or to assist physicians in providing medical care.
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- adj. Of or relating to the provision of emergency medical treatment.
- adj. Of or relating to a paramedic.
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- n. a person trained to assist medical professionals and to give emergency medical treatment
- adj. of or denoting a person who assists physicians and nurses or is trained physicians and nurses in their activities
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Workers carry out not just regular companionship duties but also paramedical services like monitoring vital signs and administering medication.
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Doctors, nurses, lady health visitors and paramedical staff have also been dislocated in the affected areas.
Due to shortage of paramedical staff and class four patients badly suffering especially during nighttime.
He also asked for imparting super specialty training to the doctors of the State at some premier health institutes of the country which was readily agreed to by Dr. Ramadoss who promised the Chief Minister that the J&K will be given all possible help in training the doctors and paramedical staff for super specialties being created in the State under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna.
The Chief Minister said besides completing the huge health sector infrastructure, adequate number of doctors and paramedical staff with necessary equipment has to be put in place to make these hospitals functional.
He also emphasized the need for upgrading all paramedical facilities in the hospital.
Six of the women served as the secretaries of the various unions of textile workers, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, paramedical occupations and hygienists, and social workers.
The doctors and paramedical staff posted there would be provided remunerative incentives including payment of allowances which would almost double their salaries.