How many ambulances were outside hillsbrough ground?
a whole lot!!
Answer . to walk about or move from place to place
Literally... thousands. Each city in each state can have several companies.
This depends on the type of ambulance and the area it is operating in. Ambulances are either basic life support (BLS) or advanced life support (ALS). BLS trucks have EMT-basic…s instead of paramedics. ALS trucks legally must have one paramedic on board, and either an emt-basic in a rural setting, or a second paramedic in a metropolitan area. However, it is all up to the agency staffing the ambulance.
Ambulance Ground Service fees, on average, can be anywhere from $58 - $150 (or more) depending on circumstances.
not counting the driver, or the other worker or the sick person, 2 people
Roughly in US around 5,000 I was service manager for the largest mfg. of ambulances in the world in the mid-90's. At that time Ford would mfg. 5,000 47-A ambulance chasis of …which we would purchase 2,500. The balance 2,500 would be split among the 40 (at that time) other ambulance mfgs.
Depends on the location of the company. Most of the bigger cities have one Paramedic and one Basic on each truck. Some of the smaller cities cant afford to hire Paramedics so …they just have a pair of basics on each truck. Also, each state has their own rules, and some states let each county make their own rules. If the ambulance says either ALS, Advanced Life Support, or Paramedic anywhere on it, there is at least 1 paramedic on board, anywhere in the US. In some Michigan counties, you can staff an ALS Unit with 1 Paramedic and 1 EMT-Basic, in others you must have 2 Paramedics on board. Occasionally, there will be a 3rd rider on board too, and he or she might be a student, Basic, or 3rd Paramedic. If the ambulance does not say ALS, Advanced Life Support, or the word Paramedic on it, it is likely a Basic unit, with 2 or 3 EMT-Bs on board. They can do most of the things Paramedics do, excluding most drug administrations, IVs, EKGs, and complex Endotracheal intubations. The advantage of FD Basic Ambulances is usually response time. In a heart attack situation, for instance, a Basic unit arriving 5 minutes before an ALS unit can aid in aspirin and Nitroglycerin administration (In most counties/states), intubate an unconscious patient with a Combitube or King Airway, apply high flow Oxygen and breathe for the patient, apply AED pads, perform effective chest compressions, and shock a fibrilating heart into a rhythm, all before the paramedics arrive. I know, because we have done it, and the medics then infused the PT with cardiac drugs and I drove while the medics monitored the PT en route to the hospital (I am a Basic with 4 additional months of Paramedic training). The PT survived because of the EMTs actions. Don't get me wrong, the best case scenario for a serious medical emergency is an ALS unit on scene within 5 minutes, whether it is an FD ALS Unit or a Private Ambulance Company ALS Unit. Unfortunately, this isn't always feasible. But EMTs are trained and equipped to stabilize almost any medical situation until either an ALS Unit arrives, or the PT is transported to a Hospital. We can, for instance, administer Epinepherine to an anaphylactic PT if their airway is swelling shut, and administer oral glucose to a conscious hypoglycemic PT, buying time until either the Paramedic or ER can infuse with dextrose when we get them together with the PT. Again, a Paramedic Unit is best , but don't assume a basic Unit cannot mitigate and save lives. It happens every day. In short, if the truck says Paramedic, ALS , or Advanced Life Support on it, you either have 1, 2, or 2 Paramedics on board. If it does not, you might not have any paramedics on board, but 2 EMTs on scene is WAY better than 5 Paramedic Units 20 minutes away.
3 AM-BU-LANCE, a method to help you is to clap at the same time that your saying the word. Then just count how many claps you made then that's how many syllables there is.
the man who was at the fire and said he was brave for going in thr fire to save those kids.
i think it was 12
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An ambulance is an emergency vehicle used to transport sick orinjured people to hospital.
It is a verb meaning to walk about and moving around.
In Example Sentences
To walk about and move from place to place