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Mobile Hospital Concept for Natural Disasters or Man-Made Emergency Situations

Primary focus of ambulance service is to reach people in emergency situations fast and administering life-saving first aid on the spot. The next step would be to get the patient inside this medically equipped vehicle to hospital or medical facility as quickly as possible. This mobile hospital concept aims to cut this process in half […]



Mobile Hospital Concept for Natural Disasters or Man-Made Emergency Situations is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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