Located on the Equator, Kenya was defined as the "cradle of mankind" on the East Coast of Africa. In 1963 Kenya became independent of the British Empire, and in the following four decades, its people struggled to create a functioning democratic regime. Kenya is famous for its picturesque scenery and extensive wildlife conservations in East Africa. It is a historically significant port on the Indian Ocean which has been used by Arab and Asian traders over several centuries. Wildlife, such as lion
Kenya has huge wildlife herds. It is almost on the equator the snow-capped mountain and insight of the rough deserts. Along the seaside, which contains some of Africa's best beaches, are mainly Muslim Swahili towns like Mombasa, a historic center that has contributed a great deal to the country's artistic and cultural heritage. The enormous amount of wildlife in Kenya owes everything to one of the most effective and innovative conservation communities in Africa. Kenya enjoys a wealthy tradition
Once Marc Twain indited that first and then heaven was engendered and that after Mauritius heaven was facsimiled.
Mauritius is rightly famous for its powder-white beaches, sapphire waters. However, Mauritius is very much appealing country for the beach, and it's the special type of location that rewards Mauritius. Mauritius ' characteristics make the island a distinctive place in the globe, and the individuals of Mauritius are known for their compassion and courtesy to all. Mauritius is a
The Republic of Mauritius is a beautiful nation in the Indian Ocean, more than 2,000 kilometers from the southeastern coast of the African continent. Magnificent Mauritius involves Mauritius and Rodrigues islands, as well as the exterior islands. The Mauritian people are multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multicultural and multilingual. Mauritius ' Human Development Index is Africa's largest. The island is commonly regarded as the Dodo's home, together with several other species of avian species. Th
On the first of October 1960, the country gained independence and adopted a republican constitution in 1963, but chose to remain part of the Commonwealth. British influence and control of what would become the most populous nation in Nigeria and Africa rose during the 19th century. Nigeria was given higher autonomy by a series of constitutions after World War II. It is estimated that in Nigeria there are 250 ethnic groups. Each of them lives on land which they consider to be owned by the right o
Now, the rise in Government interest is anticipated to form fresh difficulties ahead and eventually eliminate previous procedures such as inappropriate communication, hiring nurses from wards to the ambulance, relegating training and continuing medical education. However, by using untrained staff and limited EMS funding, it will be a thing of the past, and ineffective EMS in Nigeria will disappear. In addition to the shortage of skilled staff, professionals and appropriate facilities for air amb
Somalia is a country that is politically unstable and poor. Somalia is a country in the Horn of Africa, officially the Federal Republic of Somalia. It is bordered in the west by Ethiopia, in the northwest by Djibouti, in the north by the Aden Gulf, in the east by the Guardafui Channel and in the east by the Somali Sea, and in the southwest by Kenya.
The Egyptians knew Somalia as the Land of Punt. Punt was renowned for the myrrh and the frankincense. In the 10th century, the Chinese traded with
BACKGROUND:Following the introduction of Helicopter Emergency Ambulance Services (HEAS) in the United Kingdom in the last ten years this paper examines the costs and benefits of three contrasting services in Cornwall, London and Sussex.
Between June-October 2012, 61 flight-medic-directed transfusions took place aboard U.S. Army Medical Evacuation (medevac) helicopters in Afghanistan. This represents the initial experience for pre-hospital blood product transfusion by U.S. Army flight medics.
Terror-related injuries caused by secondary fragments (SF) from explosive devices show a distinctive pattern in severity, distribution, outcomes of assault, and health-system resource useas compared with terror-related penetrating injuries caused by gunshot wounds.
INTRODUCTION:Helicopter transport is often considered in an effort to minimize time to critical interventions, such as cardiac catheterization or arterial thrombolysis in stroke patients. However, for interfacility transports, the extra time considerations for helicopter preparation, takeoff, and time to get to the transferring hospital may not offset the slower transport times for local ground ambulances. The purpose of this study was to compare transport times for helicopter with traditional g