8.0 EMS

     A#1: The most common vehicle used is the ground ambulance, categorized into three common varieties: In types II and III, there is physical access between the driver's and patient care compartments, as opposed to type I, where these spaces are separate.

Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine, Section 1: Prehospital Care, Chapter 2. Prehospital Equipment and Adjuncts

A#2: AMBULANCES There are five types of ambulances currently used in the United States:

Harwood-Nuss' Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, Section XXIV- Administrative and Special Clinical Considerations, Part I - Prehospital Care, Chapter 360, Emergency Medical Services, Ambulances.

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