Basic Life Support

Jeevan Ambulance’s Basic Life Support or BLS is meant for the patients that require medical transportation and constant monitoring and supervision. Our Emergency medical technicians or EMTs for short are trained to make the treatment decision and staff the BLS ambulance specifically.

Jeevan Ambulance’s Basic Life Support or BLS is meant for the patients that require medical transportation and constant monitoring and supervision. Our Emergency medical technicians or EMTs for short are trained to make the treatment decision and staff the BLS ambulance specifically.

Our EMT personnel is trained and experienced to rapidly assess a patient’s condition and take the interventive actions, maintain the breathing and circulation of the patient by CPR and defibrillation, control any kind of external bleeding and prevent shock and any injury while safely transporting the patients to a nearby or requested hospital emergency department for further medical care.

Our common BLS ambulance transport situations consist of:

  • Surgical and medical patients not needing cardiac monitoring
  • Discharge to home or to the sub-acute care facilities like rehabilitation centres or nursing homes
  • Psychiatric patients

All of our ambulances carry basic life support medical supplies that include albuterol, glucometers, aspirin, defibrillators, pulse oximetry, EpiPens, splints, intranasal naloxone administration, bandages, masks, and oxygen tasks and also spinal immobilization equipments.

At Jeevan Ambulance, our state of the art equipments in the ambulances will guarantee your safety to your requested or desired medical destination. You can reach out to us via call or an email and we will respond immediately because it does not matter if the condition falls under the basic life support category, every medical condition should be taken care of immediately as per our view.

Our medical team along with treating the patient will keep him or her informed of the things that are taking place and where the ride is headed to, which is important to keep the patient conscious.