This is the side door to the main compartment. The captain's chair seen through the open door is equipped with a lap-belt and is occasionally used to transport ambulatory patients or infants in carseats. The compartments above the chair contain suction supplies to assist in keeping the patient's airway clear, bandages, sheets, blankets, hot-packs, ice-packs and saline and sterile water.

Crew door

Inside the compartment looking toward the rear of the vehicle you can see the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) used for CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation. The compartments above and below contain the 'Epi-pen' (Epinephrine injector kit) and additional first aid supplies.

AED

Looking towards the front of the vehicle you can see two oxygen regulators, blood pressure instruments, a portable suction unit and the lighting and climate controls.

Oxygen