A Child suffering from Dengue recently rescued from Guwahati by Vedanta Air Ambulance

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Vedanta Air Ambulance recently moved one child suffering from Dengue fever from Guwahati to Vellore.

Actually, Dengue fever is not so serious but if it is having to any of the child or baby then it's very serious and it's immediately to be recovered otherwise it may lead to death. Dengue fever is a disease spread by the vector called Aedes mosquito, which breeds on still water that gets collected especially after the end of the summer.

 

 

This Air Ambulance in Guwahati is one of the main ways to move their patient from one place another at less time and with quality service. If you are thinking to shift your patient but because of money problem you are unable to move them and unable to provide them with the best treatment which is not available in your city then don't worry you Vedanta understands your problem as well as your situation and give you a quality service as less cost, and you can easily trust on us as we are working not for money but our main motive is to provide the best service and save patients life as less time.

This Air Ambulance in Kolkata is repute with its wholly ICU expert's panel and medical dispatchers round the clock to give fast and steady service to the needy ones at whatever time they are in must at a very cheap to run cost and no extra demands. Our company provides instant moving the patient from Kolkata to other any destination in India with all medical faculty like- ventilators, cardiac machine, infusion pump, and other medical tools required the need.

 

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