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Mass Casualty & Evacuation Vehicles

 Mass Casualty & Evacuation Vehicles

Ambulance buses or mounted on truck or trailer have been used for a number of different purposes, including mass casualty incident response, disaster response, offering on-site triage, surge capacity, testing hospital readiness, fire fighter rehabilitation, hospital evacuation, rest home evacuation, taking patients on routine journeys such as holidays for care dependent patients.

 Specifications of Chassis:

  • Various commercial platforms are used for building an Evacuation Ambulance, such as Toyota, Hyundai, HINO, Ford and Mercedes trucks and vans
  • 4 X 2, 4 X 4, appllications are available with different sizes and horse powers

 Mass casualty use:

The vehicle can be deployed to major incidents, where multiple patients are present or expected, and can be used in two main ways:

  • The units can act in a stationary capacity as a casualty clearing station, field hospital or treatment centre
  • alternatively, they can be used to transport multi stretcher- or wheelchair-bound patients from scene to the next definitive point of care

 Mass casualty evacuations are designed from the ground up to handle the increased demands of multi-patient treatment and transportation. Mass casualty evacuations provide a large number of stretchered patients with control oxygen, a controlled climate and the electrical capacity to power essential medical equipment.

 In the event of a major disaster or evacuation, mass casualty evacuation can be used to transport high volumes of non-ambulatory hospital and nursing home patients out of harm's way. Critical care transport and Advanced Life Support systems are integrated into each vehicle to accommodate the needs of patients requiring constant intensive care.

 Body Structure:

  • This type could be built on vans or buses or trucks.
  • Sandwich panels isolated from inside are used with the proper reinforcement to be mounted on a chassis or fitted as a trailer
  • A/C system for the Transport area
  • Can take from (4) stretchers up to (16)
  • Can be divided to many sections based on the patient case
  • Central oxygen system and central ventilation system could be applied
  • Storage compartment in the patient cab
  • Shoreline socket supplies electricity from external electrical sources to feed patient cabinet equipment
  • 2-way intercom fitted between driver and Patient Compartments
  • Equipped with internal lighting system for a clearer vision during the evacuation of the wounded and sick
  • Equipped with power outlets (12V) and other (220V)

 The Evacuation vehicle is provided with the medical devices according to the customer's request and needs, such as:

  • Oxygen System
  • Stretchers & Holding Brackets with Fixation mechanism
  • Suction Unit
  • Emergency Intubation Kit
  • Oxygen Resuscitation System
  • Defibrillator
  • Any monitoring or treatment equipment could be provided