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ambulance [2]click to hear

Vehicle designed to transport the sick and injured to hospital and to administer first aid.
ambulance [2] strobe light halogen light scene light taillights rear step backboard storage camera drug storage first aid supplies rear door stretcher handle portable oxygen cylinder oxygen cylinder bracket air conditioning system bench ambulance attendant’s seat manometer aspirator

strobe light click to hear

Emergency light that emits a succession of brief flashes.

halogen light click to hear

High-intensity emergency light.

scene light click to hear

Spotlight that illuminates the rear of the vehicle during an operation.

taillights click to hear

Set of regulation lighting devices placed at the rear of a vehicle and used for signaling.

rear step click to hear

Platform at the back of the ambulance that is used to climb in and out.

backboard storage click to hear

Backboard: device used to immobilize a patient suspected of having a spinal injury.

camera click to hear

Device that allows the driver to see behind the vehicle.

drug storage click to hear

Cabinet for storing the medications used most frequently (adrenaline, insulin).

first aid supplies click to hear

Cabinet for storing emergency response materials used by ambulance attendants (bandages, compresses, syringes).

rear door click to hear

stretcher click to hear

Folding bed on casters that is used to transport the sick and the injured.

handle click to hear

portable oxygen cylinder click to hear

An easy-to-carry cylinder filled with compressed oxygen.

oxygen cylinder bracket click to hear

Base supporting the oxygen cylinder.

air conditioning system click to hear

System that regulates the temperature and purifies the air inside the vehicle.

bench click to hear

Seat used by the ambulance attendant, a patient or a person accompanying the patient.

ambulance attendant’s seat click to hear

manometer click to hear

Instrument for measuring oxygen pressure inside the cylinder.

aspirator click to hear

Device used to extract a liquid or a gas from one of the patient’s orifices.