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Organization of an ambulance service

Emergency medical care (SMP) is a system for organizing round-the-clock emergency medical care for life-threatening conditions and diseases at the scene and along the way to medical institutions. The main feature of emergency medical care that distinguishes it from other types of medical care is the speed of action. A dangerous condition occurs suddenly, and his victim, as a rule, is far from people who can provide professional medical care, therefore it is required to bring doctors to the patient as soon as possible.

In Russia, emergency medical care is provided by emergency medical stations or departments at hospitals in cities and rural areas. Ambulance stations are organized in cities, regional centers with a population of over 50 thousand, are independent medical institutions, or are part of city ambulance hospitals as structural units.

Tasks

Ambulance is intended to provide emergency medical care at the prehospital stage with:

• fractures, injuries, dislocations, burns, frostbite, bruises, concussion, drowning, poisoning, if foreign bodies get into the respiratory and other ways, heat and sunstroke, electrical injuries, etc .;

• life-threatening conditions, such as, for example, loss of consciousness, cerebrovascular accident, circulatory disorders, bleeding of all kinds, etc.

• parturient women and gynecological patients with signs of life-threatening conditions.

Also, the ambulance service is entrusted with the responsibility of transporting the sick and wounded in need of transportation by ambulance.

Ambulance crews, mainly in specially equipped vehicles, travel unhindered to people who have become ill or have received various injuries.

Along with this, ambulance provides transportation of infectious, “acute” surgical and chronic patients.


The ambulance service carries out scientific, practical, methodological and sanitary-educational work.

The ambulance's responsibilities also include notifying local law enforcement agencies of so-called criminal injuries (for example, stab and gunshot wounds) and local authorities and emergency response services about all emergency situations (fires, floods, car and technological accidents, etc. .).

Structure

The ambulance station is led by the head physician. Depending on the category of a particular ambulance station and the volume of its work, it may have deputies for medical, administrative, technical, and civil defense and emergency situations.

The largest stations in their composition have various departments and structural divisions.

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Organization of an ambulance service

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