Krasnodar, 17 September. The fleet of ambulance cars has reportedly increased in twelve cities of the Kuban region. Altogether, hospitals received 21 vehicles.
At a ceremony held last week at the Regional Hospital No. 1, regional Minister of Health Care Yevgeni Filippov gave the keys for the new resuscitation cars to the head physicians of fourteen hospitals.
The regional administration released that the vehicles are well furnished with up-to-date medical equipment: three-channel ECG recorders, intensive care and anaesthetic monitors, controlled and auxiliary lung ventilation, etc.
“The cars are fit for emergency activities to be done by specialised anaesthesia and resuscitation teams. They are modern and comfortable vehicles – both for the medical personnel and the patients,” Ministry of Health Care noted.
It was during the recent meeting with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin that Governor Veniamin Kondratiev asked to renew the region’s fleet of ambulance cars.
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