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Emergency Medical Service System (EMSS) in Tokyo: Special Reference to the Disaster Program

  • Masakazu Tsuzuki (a1), Haruhiko Tsutsumi (a1), Tohru Aruga (a1) and Kohji Mii (a1)

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The Emergency Medical Service System in Tokyo has been developed through the cooperative efforts and achievements of many. EMS in Tokyo consists of three parts: 1) the network system of emergency hospitals; 2) the transportation system of emergency patients (Ambulance System); and 3) the communications system (Emergency Medical Information System). Emergency services are controlled by the Japanese Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Health and Welfare. The former is in charge of ambulance and rescue services located in the fire department, the latter has to do with medical affairs.

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Emergency Medical Service System (EMSS) in Tokyo: Special Reference to the Disaster Program

  • Masakazu Tsuzuki (a1), Haruhiko Tsutsumi (a1), Tohru Aruga (a1) and Kohji Mii (a1)

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