Air Ambulance, as the name suggests, Air Ambulance is to rescue the patient's car. The Air Ambulance on the Air Ambulance was written in reverse, in order to allow the front car driver to see the positive Air Ambulance word directly through the rearview mirror. With the flicker of the warning light and the whistling of the siren, there is no doubt that an Air Ambulance rushed to an emergency call scene. All the traffic will be magical as it is released. The driver can travel on the edge of the carriageway, the sidewalk, and even the opposite direction - anywhere else, as long as the Air Ambulance can pass. Like the firefighters who went to the fire scene, Air Ambulancemen also need to fight every second, because it may mean life and death difference.
In the past 40 years, the Air Ambulance has undergone tremendous changes. Until the late 1960s, the main task of the Air Ambulance was simply to transport people from the scene to the hospital as soon as possible. The interior space is very narrow, only some very basic first aid equipment. However, since then, Air Ambulances and Air Ambulance personnel have changed.
The interior of the modern Air Ambulance is relatively spacious, so that Air Ambulance personnel have enough space to go to the hospital on the way to patients with Air Ambulance treatment. Modern Air Ambulance also carries a large number of bandages and external supplies, can help stop bleeding, cleaning the wound, prevent infection. The car is also equipped with plywood and stent to fix the patient's broken body, and to avoid the patient's neck and spine damage increased. The car is also equipped with oxygen, portable ventilator and cardiac pacing defibrillator. Most Air Ambulances also have patient monitors that monitor the patient's pulse and breathing on the way to the emergency room. These test data can be sent to the hospital via radio.
Many modern Air Ambulance staff are professional emergency personnel, especially those responsible for large-scale sports events, highways and other high-risk road sections of the staff, they can carry out a high level of first aid treatment. They are in the field and the way of professional Air Ambulance often can save the lives of the injured. They are trained to diagnose the patient's injury, so they can use the radio to send data in advance and advise the hospital for what medical staff and technicians to prepare, and prepare the appropriate surgical equipment.