Jason Killens explained how the LAS continually improves its response to major events.
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Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FAAEM, explains at the 2013 EMS Today Conference.
Joseph "Jay" Fitch, PhD, explains what it is.
Peter Taillac, MD, FACEP, explains why looking for shock is most important.
Chief: "It is inexcusable that a D.C. ambulance was not available."
Being able to go into a fully stocked ambulance and respond valued.
Most versatile on the market.
Easy engine accessibility.
Save time and money!
Building innovative solutions.
The art of customization.
More driver and passenger room.
"Non-transport" rescue unit.
Special Call vehicle or SWAT.
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