HEALTH CARE TRENDS Science fiction flicks and shows have painted numerous pictures of what a future with robots looks like. While there are some differences, many of these movies suggest a world dominated by artificial intelligence (AI) and other machines. But are we really doomed to a world where technology takes the place of humans?…

CEN 1789:2007 is the European Union standard for ambulances and medical transportation vehicles. This European Standard specifies requirements for the design, testing, performance and equipping of road ambulances used for the transport and care of patients. This standard is applicable to road ambulances capable of transporting at least one person on a stretcher. These road ambulances are categorized into three different types: PATIENT TRANSPORT AMBULANCE (Type A)…

During the early 19th-century war, there were no cars or trucks of course, but the wounded needed to be transported to hospitals. Men were randomly appointed to drive ambulances, usually, those who weren’t fit for battle, but their ambulances were typically either a four-wheeled wagon or two-wheeled cart. The patient wasn’t exactly comfortable during these…

Rescue associations often need custom made ambulances for new services. Sudden situations of machine downtime due to accidents, maintenance or prolonged stops for events call for flexible and quick solutions to be put in place to give the community the service or medical transport they expect. If your voluntary association is looking for a new…

The ambulance/rescue business is so broad that there is not one such vehicle that will be applicable to all organizations and all situations. Some organizations prefer ambulances which abide by America Standards (Type I and/or Type II and/or Type III) and some organizations prefer European Standard Ambulances (Type A and/or Type B and/or Type C)….

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