Ambulance (Basic Life Support)

Ambulance (Basic Life Support)

Available Timings

Day/Night

Ambulance (Basic Life Support)

Abuja

N 20000

About Ambulance (Basic Life Support)

Equipments : Jump-bag, Bag Valve Mask, Suction Unit, Medications Bag,Trauma/Spinal Board, ECG Monitor With Defibrillator, Incubators, Ventilators, Infusion Pumps And Syringe Drivers, Heamogulcometer.

Cost

N 20000

Year of establishment

2021

Type of Ambulance

Van

Time of Availability

Day/Night

Ambulance (Basic Life Support)

Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulance provides service to patients who are non ambulatory, bed confined but non-life threatening conditions. Ambulances provide transport to patients who do not require extra support or cardiac monitoring. A typical BLS ambulance staffed by caregivers transport can serve:

1.      Lower extremity fractures
2.      Discharges to home and sub-acute care facilities (nursing homes)
3.      Medical and Surgical patients who do not require cardiac monitoring

4.      Psychiatric Patients
1.      Lower extremity fractures
2.      Discharges to home and sub-acute care facilities (nursing homes)
3.      Medical and Surgical patients who do not require cardiac monitoring

1. Lower extremity fractures

 

2. Discharges to home and sub-acute care facilities (nursing homes)

 

3. Medical and Surgical patients who do not require cardiac monitoring

 

4. Psychiatric Patients

 

What to do when you book an Ambulance

Below given are a few aspects of better preparation to ease stress for user applicable for home, office or other out-of-hospital locations.

1.    Gather all medications that the patient is taking at one spot and have a correct, up to date list of medications available with prescription.

2.    Better to wear loose clothing so that the ambulance crew may be able to access the patient’s arms, chest and abdomen for examination if required.

3.    If you have a pet, kindly ensure it is secured so as to avoid interference with medical crew and equipment.

4.    Make sure that all furniture is moved out of the way so that the crew can bring their stretcher and equipment if required.

1.      Lower extremity fractures

2.      Discharges to home and sub-acute care facilities (nursing homes)

3.      Medical and Surgical patients who do not require cardiac monitoring

4.      Psychiatric Patients

1.      Lower extremity fractures

2.      Discharges to home and sub-acute care facilities (nursing homes)

3.      Medical and Surgical patients who do not require cardiac monitoring

4.      Psychiatric Patients

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