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Ambulances/Emergency Vehicles and Aircraft
Aircraft used for evacuation and aeromedical emergency medical assistance.
Typically used where traditional methods do not allow reaching the scene safely or quickly, or when the patient needs to be transported over a long distance or otherwise impassable terrain. Common equipment found in air ambulances includes medication and stretchers, ventilators, ECG and patient monitors, and various CPR equipment.
A motorized vehicle intended for transportation of patients or injured people. Used mainly in emergency situations.
A motorized vehicle intended for transportation of patients or injured people. Used mainly in emergency situations. There are three different types of ambulances: Type I: A modular or detachable body built on truck chassis. There is no passage from the cabin to the ambulance body. Type II: A van type vehicle with a raised roof. Passage to the ambulance body from the cabin is possible. Type III: A large modular body with a walkthrough access to the ambulance body.
Automatic chest compression device.
Bag for transporting medical devices, instruments, and/or supplies.
A portable bag used by a physician or other medical professional to transport medical supplies and medicine. Modern medical bags are made of various materials and come in various designs that can include many pockets, pouches, and zippered or hook-and-loop openings.
Special vehicles designed to meet wheelchair, gurney and other special transportation needs. These vans include powered wheelchair lifts, folding or sliding ramps, a lowered floor, and mobility and transfer seats, which provide easy wheelchair access through side or rear entry.
Types can vary from full size vans, minivans, to smaller vehicles.
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