Indians topped list for most number of ambulance call in Dubai
Dubai, Jan 17: Indian immigrants topped the list for the most number of ambulance call for various medical reasons followed by Pakistanis in 2018 in United Arab Emirates (UAE).
According to a report published by Khaleej Times, Indians topped the number of injuries (different medical reasons) at 26,389 followed by Pakistanis at 19,225, Egyptians (8,218), Filipinos (6,143), British (4,814), Bangladeshis (4,326), Saudi Arabians (4,186), Iranians (2,985) and Syrians (2,800).
The data was released by the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services. As many as 32,781 Emiratis needed ambulatory care in 2018.
Heart patients taken care of by the ambulance were 9,554, gynaecological cases numbered 1,905 and different cases of injuries recorded were 58,342.
Neurological cases stood at 23,335, respiratory disease cases were 8,927, other medical cases 81,094 and general cases 1,790.