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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Ambulance




An ambulance vehicle for transportation of sick or harmed individuals to, from or between places of treatment for a malady or injury, [1] and in some instances will offer out of hospital treatment to the patient. The word is commonly related to road going emergency ambulances that kind a part of AN emergency medical service, administering emergency care to those with acute medical issues.

The term ambulance will, however, touch a wider vary of vehicles apart from those with flasher warning lights and sirens. The term conjointly includes an oversize variety of non-urgent ambulances that area unit for transport of patients while not AN pressing acute condition (see below: purposeful types) and a good vary of pressing and non-urgent vehicles as well as trucks, vans, bicycles, motorbikes, station wagons, buses, helicopters, fixed-wing craft, boats, and even hospital ships (see below: Vehicle types).

The term ambulance comes from the Latin word as which means "to walk or move about that may be a regard to early treatment wherever patients were enraptured by lifting or wheeling. The word originally meant a move to hospital, that follows a military in its movements There area unit different forms of car, with the foremost common being the patient transport ambulance (sometimes known as a ambulate These vehicles don't seem to be sometimes (although there area unit exceptions) equipped with equipment instrumentality, and area unit sometimes crewed by workers with fewer experiences than the crew of emergency ambulances. Their purpose is just to move patients to, from or between places of treatment. In most countries, these don't seem to be equipped with flashing lights or sirens. In some jurisdictions there's a changed kind of the car used, that solely carries one member of car crew to the scene to produce care, however isn't wont to transport the patient.[8] Such vehicles area unit known as fly-cars. In these cases a patient WHO needs transportation to hospital would force a patient-carrying ambulance to attend additionally to the quick respondent.


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