What year was D50 first used on ambulances?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nThey will USE whatever they have to. Why would they want to use a fire truck?\n. \n. \ncorrect answer\nvehicles used all depends on the structure of the department\npolice departments have emt and paramedics\nso do fire dept\nbut police and fire fighters have compl…etely different training\npolice are not trained in the operation of fire vehicles, so it would not be any reason for them to drive one\n. \n Answer \n. \nSome police forces, called Public Saftey have police officers who are trained as firefighters, and they do use fire trucks. ( Full Answer )
There are potentially different answers to this. The origins ofwhat we know now as the internet, go back to the 1960s, to a systemcalled Arpanet. The first message sent was on the 29th of October1969. The first e-mails were sent in 1971. You can come up to the1st of January 1983, when the TCP/IP pro…tocol was introduced,marking the start of the modern internet. Through the 1980s and1990s, many significant events occurred in relation to thedevelopment of the internet. The World Wide Web started in 1991 forexample. It is what most people think of as being the internet, butit is just one element of it. So, there are many important datesand even now there continue to be events that are important for theinternet that bring it further forward. ( Full Answer )
Answer . I can't point to an exact year and I don't think it's possible to do so without relatively exhaustive research and/or a time machine. The idea of rifling barrels was conceived by Benjamin Robins in the mid-18th century; his tome New Principles in Gunnery was published in 1742.\n. \nAc…cording to Wikipedia, the earliest rifles came into common use towards the end of the 18th century. ( Full Answer )
Answer . In 1620 a navigable submarine was built by Dutch inventor Cornelius Drebbel (who was in the employ of James I of England) from a design published in 1578 by English mathematician William Bourne.
Historical evidence indicates that coal was first used 3,000 to 4,000 years ago during the Bronze Age. in this time the people of southeastern Wales used coal for funeral pyres to burn their dead.
The first computer was used in 1938. It was used in Germany. Then, in 1943, IBM released a computer that could be purchased by companies. This computer was first used by Harvard.
Bellevue Hospital in New York City is credited with establishing the first hospital-based civilian ambulance service in the United States. Source: http://www.infoplease.com/askeds/first-ambulance-service.html
Bellevue Hospital in New York City is credited with establishingthe first hospital-based civilian ambulance service in the UnitedStates.
1916 in the battle of Flers Coursellette by the British. Though very, very slow it was a great success. The Tanks were a moderate success at Flers-Courcelette. Of 49 committed to the attack, 18 were mechanically unfit to take part, but the remainder performed reasonably well and achieved some sma…ll, local successes. The British Army therefore decided to persevere with the Tank idea. ( Full Answer )
The first commercial Christmas cards were commissioned by Sir Henry Cole in London in 1843 In 1875 Louis Prang became the first printer to offer cards in America, though the popularity of his cards led to cheap imitations that eventually drove him from the market. The advent of the postcard spelle…d the end for elaborate Victorian-style cards, but by the 1920s, cards with envelopes had returned. ( Full Answer )
Although penicillin was discovered in 1928, the first recordedsuccessful cure would not take place until 1930. It would beanother 12 years before the drug was used successfully in multiplesituations.
A 1950s episode of Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) used a wet-film-replay, minutes later. On live television, CBS director Tony Verna invented a system to enable a standard videotape machine to instantly replay on 7 December 1963, for the network's coverage of the Army-Navy Game. After technical hi…tches, the only replay broadcast was Rollie Stichweh's winning touchdown. It was replayed at the original speed, with commentator Lindsey Nelson advising viewers "Ladies and gentlemen, Army did not score again!" Slow motion replay was initiated a few years later by ABC. Replay from analog disk storage was trialled by CBS in 1965, and commercialized in 1967 by the Ampex HS-100, which had a 30-second capacity and freeze frame capability. TONY VERNA "The Man Who Invented Instant Replay." ISBN-13: 978-0-9779131-4-5 PLEASE CORRECT YOUR COPY cc: Weissmann Wolff attorneys. TONY VERNA "The Man Who Invented the Instant Replay" Television Producer/Director, Author, Inventor Born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. In his conversational autobiography, "Instant Replay the day that changed sports forever" Tony Verna is more than "The Man Who Invented Instant Replay." Before he received the Directors Guild of America's "Lifetime Achievement Award" in 1995, he'd directed five Super Bowls and twelve Kentucky Derbies. He traveled to Mexico to direct their Soccer Championship and to direct their national rodeo, The Charreada. Then off to France, to direct the Grand Prix for Mexican Network. He was in Russia to direct The Mike Douglas Show live from Moscow, in London to direct the "World Circus," in Las Vegas to become President of Caesar's Palace Productions, in Ronald Reagan's home to direct an interview with the President, in the White House to film President George H.W. Bush. In 1985 Verna filmed a "Christmas Special" with Mother Teresa. That same year he co-produced and co-directed "Live Aid," Bob Geldof's 16- hour fund-raiser for Africa, seen by 1.5 billion people worldwide. He then created an international program for Pope John Paul II entitled "Prayer for World Peace." Over a billion people, breaking the record for the most viewers to witness a television program, saw the live telecast, which he also produced and directed. In 1987 Omni Magazine chose Verna as one of the "14 Great Minds" to predict the future. In 1990 he was the executive producer/director for Ted Turner's Goodwill Games. Also in 2006 The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation videotaped a five-hour interview with Verna, recapping his career, an interview which can be accessed at their website. ( Full Answer )
im assuming that you mean the livery on vehicles. I cant find a specific date but i know that the livery was done this way because vehicle drivers may not be able to read the word when an ambulance is behind them. Because of this, they may worry that it might be a police vehicle.
Jet-wise, LeerJets are the most popular among air ambulances. Although the LeerJet has long stopped production and was replaced by the BeechJet, Leer's have a larger passenger door allowing enough room for the onboard gurneys to be removed without taking the patient off the cot. Beech and newer airc…raft have all sacrificed that door opening to get enough room to allow more rooms for seating.. For propeller aircraft, the most popular for medevac crews and maintenance staff both are the KingAirs.. I don't know the specific model numbers off the top of my head - I work in the back of them, not the front. ( Full Answer )
\nNo one knows. Alcohol use goes back way into prehistoric times, perhaps as far as a hundred thousand years.
Lath and Plaster was used in America up until the mid to late 1950's. In the UK, they started using pasterboard about 1945.
Brentwood NY does over 6000 ems calls every year which is busier then the busiest city station. 1- Philidelphia PA 9,011 events M8 2- Baltimore City MD 8,063 events M7 3- Chicago IL 7,931 events A10 Yet I am not sure the shifts that number one and two work, but Chicago Medics are on 24…s ( Full Answer )
In the United States, the Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed in 1970 and OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) was organized in 1971. In the UK, a similar act was passed in 1974. Other countries established similar requirements in different years.
What is considered to be the first "true" microscope was invented in Holland in about 1595.
I don't know do u know of course not thats why ur here he he he he he he he
D50 iv is used to increase blood sugar level in diabetics whose sugar level drops.
i don't know about other parts of the country but in Arkansas we have a advanced 911 system that the dispatcher can tell them where the place or road is within 100yards
The first known photograph was taken in 1825 by "Niecphore Niepce." however the camera obscura and pinhole cameras were developed before that, they just had no way of recording the image that was produced.
bcoz the standing line relates to doctors as they r standing and the sleeping line relates to the patients as they r sleeping...........
don't you mean sentence could say The woman had got in a car accident and the ambulance took her to the Doctor.a ambulance is a truck that takes people that are injured or hurt to the doctor
What may be considered the first electronic computer was called the Atanasoff-Berry Computer. A test model was created in 1940, and the computer itself was completed in May 1942. There were many calculating machines that existed prior to then. Charles Babbage developed a couple calculating machin…es that were purely mechanical, though neither was completed. The difference engine was his first idea, and it neared completion, before he attempted to abandon it for the analytical machine. The design of the analytical machine was later shown to work almost perfectly, but Babbage could not get funding for its construction. Charles Babbage lived in the late 18th century on into the 19th century. His design for the analytical machine inspired several later designs that were fathers to our modern electronic computers. Also, note that prior to what we now call computers, the term computer referred to a person who did calculations. Thus, computers have been around for about as long as mathematics. ( Full Answer )
It has been obvious since before Roman times that the Earth's orbit around the Sun does not take a precisely even number of days, and that any calendar that wanted to keep in synchronization with the seasons would need some way of accounting for that. Leap years (or in some cultures, leap MONTHS) ar…e the way of adjusting the calendar to stay in synch with the seasons. The Roman "Julian" calendar (devised by Julius Caesar, or under his direction) was the first widely used calendar that tried to adjust the calendar to the year. Every fourth year was a leap" year. As an "Imperial" calendar, everybody who owed allegiance to Rome used it, but by the early 1500's, the Julian calendar was 10 days out of whack with the seasons, and this was affecting the Catholic Church's festivals; Easter was coming too late! So monks under the direction of Pope Gregory devised a revision of the Julian calendar, removing three leap days every 400 years. It took until the mid-1700s before the English government adopted it, but the Gregorian calendar is the one we still use today. The Gregorian calendar will remain within one day of being accurate for several millennia; we don't have to worry about this for a LONG time to come. ( Full Answer )
The U.S. Ambulance Corps was a unit of the UnionArmy during the American Civil War . TheAmbulance Corps was initially formed as a unit only within the Army of the Potomac , dueto the effort of several Army officials, notably Dr. Jonathan Letterman ,medical director of the Army of the Potomac …, and William Hammond , the USSurgeon-General. Until August 1862, the lack of trained ambulancedrivers meant that the wounded had to wait a long time to receivemedical care. This changed at the Battle of Antietam in September 1862 when his new system allowed the wounded men to betransferred quickly so there could be fewer deaths. The corps alsomeant that ambulances had a more centralized organization.  Due to public pressure, the Army created an Ambulance Corps for allunits and theaters of operation, through the Ambulance Corps Act ofMarch 11, 1864. The Confederate armies did not have any suchservice available within their military.  The Confederate Army did have an Ambulance Service. ( Full Answer )
08C in manhattan was the busiest ambulance in the US according to a firehouse magazine national run survey
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.
it was used when the Romans were still around that's why its called Roman Numerals
Horse drawn ambulances were first used in the Civil war 1860's, under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Letterman.
The viola was first created in the 1500s and used in the 1500s. Although the viola didn't look like our contemporary viola.
That depends on what type of ambulance you are talking about. Emergency Ambulance: most common type which provide care to people with an illness or injury. It can be road-going van, boat, helicopter, or fixed-wing aircraft also known as air ambulance. Patient transport ambulance: a vehicle in which …is used for transporting patients to, from or between different places for medical treatment such as hospital or dialysis for any non-urgent care. Response unit: this is also known as a fly-car and is used to reach an acutely ill or injured patient quickly so that they may give on site medical care. This type of ambulance however does not have the ability to transport patients. Response units must be backed up by an emergency ambulance. Response units can be anything from a standard car, modified van, motorcycle, bicycle, quads or horses. Charity ambulance: special type of transport ambulance for the purpose of taking sick children or adults on trips/vacations away from hospitals, hospices or care homes where they are for long term care. ( Full Answer )
Well, you know that "ambulant" means to walk. Ambulant in another format. Medically related (E.G. "...his flow is quite unfair tothe service and Sir E. Phipps rightly complained of these ambulant amateurs.")
It was a dark and stormy night when the ambulance raced through the all but abandoned streets carrying the injured Tom to the nearest hospital.
Transporting patients by cart has been around since the ancient times. The Spanish in 1487 used them most regularly for emergency transport in the form of carts/carriages/wagons and the Knights of St. John. Thereafter throughout American and European countries during times of civil war and unrest. D…uring the 19th - 20th centuries motor technology lent itself to advancement providing for motorized ambulances. Sometimes Hearses were also used as ambulances. Over many decades evolving into what it is today. In the 1980's ambulances had a fuel overhall changing from gas to diesel. ( Full Answer )
To create dialogue, you must use quote marks around the part that is spoken. "Call an ambulance!" the woman yelled. I asked, "Is the ambulance on the way?" "I called an ambulance," the son told his ill mother.
The International Red Cross has alternative symbols including theRed Crescent and the Red Crystal. The crescent symbol was adoptedduring the Turkish-Russo War (1876-1878) because the Cross was seemas objectionable to Muslims, due to its association with theChristian Crusades. The Red Crystal was ado…pted as an alternativeto the Red Star of David for similar reasons. The Red Cross, Red Crescent, and Red Crystal are used genericallyto symbolize medical aid personnel and vehicles, and to markhospitals during wartime. ( Full Answer )
The first use of a firearm in North America occurred presumably in 1492. There wasn't actually a United States until the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
St John Ambulance originated from the Knight's Hospitallier during the crusades in Jerusalem. It's purpose was to protect the sick and provide care. The organisation was recognised by the Pope and moved to the town of Amalfi in Malta, (hence the symbol of Symbol of the Amalfi Cross). The organisatio…n was outlawed by Henry VIII (seeing it as a Catholic organisation) and returned under Queen Victoria in 1882 who granted St John Ambulance her seal (the lions and unicorns). The organisation continues to exist to this day serving as a reserve for medical services in times of national emergency (e.g. war or natural disaster) as well as providing first-aid cover at public events. ( Full Answer )
Ambulances are commonly staffed in two person crews. The type of licensure these people have depend on the type of ambulance they are operating in. There are two different types of ambulances: Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS). A BLS truck is staffed with at least one EMT-Bas…ic or sometimes, an EMT-Advanced. The other crew member is either another EMT-B, EMT-A, or an Medical First Responder (MFR). A BLS truck is equipped to deal with most emergencies but will not have all the capabilities of an ALS truck. ALS trucks are staffed with at least one EMT-Paramedic, and either an EMT-B, EMT-A, or another EMT-P. These trucks and crew are trained in advanced methods such as cardiology and pharmacology and are able to do things like EKGs, start IVs and administer drugs, and intubate. An ambulance will always have at least an EMT-Basic, and most ambulances are ALS, meaning they have at least one Paramedic at all times. ( Full Answer )
The first year that the US ever used a drone strike was on June 18th, 2004. The strike killed between 5 to 8 people in the area of Waziristan. At first, Pakistan claimed it as their own strike.
digital computers were first used in 1942 analog computers were first used in about 100BC
The Air Ambulance company is used for many situations. The Air Ambulance company is used for emergency medical related purposes and non-emergency related purposes.
Bell 206, Bell 407, and Bell 429 are the commonly used types of air ambulances. Other airplanes for the job include the Eurocopted AS350 and the Eurocopter EC 145.
A used ambulance may be purchased from the site "Ambulance Trader". They actually sell ambulances as well as other EMS vehicles and supplies. Another site to buy them is "Used Ambulance".
Ambulance Victoria was formed by the three previous providers of emergency ambulance services, Ambulance Victoria was formed on the date of July first, 2008.
It depends on what kind of emergency it is. For any call that has ahigh risk (ie: suicide attempt calls, fights, bomb threats, etc.)law enforcement will usually respond directly while the otherresponding services may stage at a nearby location. Usually every agency needed is notified at the same tim…e, and theystage as needed. ( Full Answer )
Nikon specifically states that the D50 can only accommodate up to a2GB SD card. However, some users find they can use the 4GB cardwith their D50s (see Resources). Although not guaranteed, use onlySDSC and not SDHC (High-Capacity) cards.