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1 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST PARAMEDIC Trauma Dressing (2) Isolation Kits (2) OB Kit (1) - must contain Bulb syringe Betadine Solution (1 Bottle) Hemostat Window Punch Scalpel Exam Gloves (1 Box) Sterile Gloves (4 Pairs) Saline Drops Commercial Tourniquet Sheets / Pillow Towels Sharps Container OPERATIONS HAZ-MAT Reference GUIDE Reflective Safety Wear Flashlight and Batteries (Only if not rechargeable) N95 or N100 Respirator IV Pole or Roof Hooks Trauma Bands Triage Tags/Tape Protocol Book Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (Paramedic) MAIN O 2 Portable O 2 Infant (2) Magill Forceps - (1) Pediatric (1) ET Stylette - (1) Pediatric (1) ETCO 2 Detector- (1) Pediatric (1) (Colorimetric or Capnometric) Pediatric Drug Tape, Chart or Wheel (1) Pediatric Defibrillator Pads/Paddles (1 set) Cardiac Monitor / Defibrillator/ Pacer (1) ECG Cables (2 sets) ECG Paper (2) Electrodes (6 SETS) Pediatric (2 SETS) Pulse Oximetry Device (1) Pulse Oximetry Probes - (1) Pediatric (1) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child / Infant Tape 1inch and 2 inch (4) Occlusive Dressing (2) Thermometer Lubricating Jelly Glucometer and Glucose measuring strips AND RELATED SUPPLIES Pedi (1) ml Infant (1) ml Neonate Mask Pedi Nebulizer (1) Sterile Saline Suction Portable Unit (1) On-Board Unit (1) Suction Tubing (2) Catheters Size 8fr. or 10fr. (1) Size 14fr or 18fr (1) Yanker Suction (1) AIRWAY SUPPLIES Esophageal Tracheal Multi-Lumen Airway (1) Supraglottic Airways ( and Pediatric) Laryngoscope Handles - (1) (1) Pediatric Laryngoscope Blades (1-4 OR 0-3) (1) (Miller or Mac) ET Tubes Size: 2.5 mm (1) Size: 3 or 3.5 mm (1) Size: 4 or 4.5 mm (1) Size: 5 or 5.5 mm (1) Size: 6 or 6.5 mm (1) Size: 7 mm (2) Size: 7.5 mm (2) CRIC KIT or 10/12ga Needle (1) *ET Tube Holders (1) and Pediatric (1) * Commercial Style Immobilization KED Spine board and Straps (2) Pedi-Mate or Equivalent CERVIAL COLLARS (3) Infant (1) May carry adjustable collars SPLINTS Upper and Lower for and Pediatric Traction Splits (1) SPLINTING AND TRANSPORT STRETCHERS (1) of the following: Folding Stretcher and/or Scoop Stretcher and/or Stair Chair or Similar Device Elevating Stretcher (1) Appendix 1

2 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST PARAMEDIC IV SUPPLIES and ACCESS DEVICES Micro Drip Infusion Sets (2) Macro Drip Infusion Sets (2) or Adjustable Drip Sets (4) 0.9% Saline Solution (4L) Ringers Lactate (4L) IV Start Sets / Tourniquet (6) Pediatric Arm Board (1) IV Catheters 16ga (3) 18ga (3) 20ga (3) 22ga (3) 24ga (3) IO Needles / Drill (2) (Tibial & Humerus Access Only) Powered and/or Manual IO Access Device Syringes and Needles 1cc (1) 3/5cc (3) 10/12cc (3) 60cc (1) 18 gauge needle (6) 21 gauge 1 ½ inch needles for IM injections (3) Large bore 3.5 inch for Chest Decompression (2) MAST TROUSERS (1) ** Mast trousers to be carried and/or used at medical director s discretion, not a Required Item) **MEDICATIONS (Injectable, Oral, Intranasal, Intravenous Infusions, Inhaled Meds) Atropine- minimum 4 mg Adenosine Antiarrhythmic Antiemetic agent Anxiolytic Aspirin mg Benzodiazepine Dextrose 50%- minimum 100 ml Diuretic Dobutamine Drip Dopamine Drip Epinephrine 1:10,000 - minimum 5 mg or 1 or both Epinephrine 1: minimum 5 mg Glucagon H1 Blocking Agent Inhaled Beta Agonist Lidocaine Drip Magnesium Sulfate Narcotic Antagonist Nitroglycerine (Sub-Lingual, and IV) Sodium Bicarbonate *Vasopression (80 Units minimum) * Not required but minimum if carried ALL Advanced Cardiac Life Support Medications REQUIRED CONTROLLED DRUG Must follow Ambulance Service s Controlled Drug Policy on file with the Section of EMS Injectable Narcotic analgesic Injectable sedative/hypnotic Optional Equipment Optional Equipment: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Huber Needles Central Venous Device Access Cardiac Thrombolytic Medications Radio Frequencies Radio Frequencies: Enroute to scene: mhz At scene: mhz. Departing scene: mhz. AWIN Radio ** Additional Medications maybe carried per Local Medical Director Protocols Appendix 1

3 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST ADVANCED EMT Trauma Dressing (2) Isolation Kits (2) OB Kit (1) - must contain Bulb syringe Betadine Solution (1 Bottle) Hemostat Window Punch Scalpel Exam Gloves (1 Box) Sterile Gloves (4 Pairs) Saline Drops Commercial Tourniquet Sharps Container OPERATIONS HAZ-MAT Reference GUIDE Reflective Safety Wear Flashlight and Batteries (Only if not rechargeable) N95 or N100 Respirator IV Pole or Roof Hooks Trauma Bands Triage Tags/Tape Protocol Book Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (Advanced) MAIN O 2 psi Portable O 2 psi Infant (2) Sheets / Pillow Towels Pediatric Drug Tape, Chart or Wheel (1) Pediatric AED Pads (1 set) AED Pads (1 set) Automated External Defibrillator (1) Pulse Oximetry Device (1) Pulse Oximetry Probes - (1) Pediatric (1) CO 2 Detector (2) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child / Infant Tape 1inch and 2 inch (4) Occlusive Dressing (2) Thermometer Lubricating Jelly Glucometer and Glucose measuring strips AND RELATED SUPPLIES Pedi (1) ml Infant (1) ml Neonate Mask (1) Pedi Nebulizer (1) Sterile Saline Suction Portable Unit (1) On-Board Unit (1) Suction Tubing (2) Catheters Size 8fr. or 10fr. (1) Size 14fr or 18fr (1) Yanker Suction (1) AIRWAY ADJUNCTS AND TRANSPORT Immobilization Esophageal Tracheal Multi-Lumen Airway (1) KED Spine board and Straps (2) Pedi-Mate or Equivalent CERVIAL COLLARS (3) Infant (1) May carry adjustable collars STRETCHERS (1) of the following: Folding Stretcher and/or Scoop Stretcher and/or Stair Chair or Similar Device Elevating Stretcher (1) SPLINTS Upper and Lower for and Pediatric Traction Split (1) Appendix 2

4 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST ADVANCED EMT IV SUPPLIES and ACCESS DEVICES Micro Drip Infusion Sets (2) Macro Drip Infusion Sets (2) or Adjustable Drip Sets (4) 0.9% Saline Solution (4L) Ringers Lactate (4L) IV Start Sets / Tourniquet (6) Pediatric Arm Board (1) IV Catheters 16ga (3) 18ga (3) 20ga (3) 22ga (3) 24ga (3) IO Needles / Drill Powered and/or Manual IO Access Device Syringes and Needles 1cc (1) 3/5cc (3) 10/12cc (3) 60cc (1) 18 gauge needle (6) 21 gauge 1 ½ inch needles for IM injections (3) MAST TROUSERS (1) ** Mast trousers to be carried and/or used at medical director s discretion, not a Required Item) MEDICATIONS Aspirin mg Dextrose 50%- minimum 100 ml Epinephrine Auto Injectors Narcotic Antagonist Glucagon Nitroglycerine (Sub-Lingual) Inhaled Beta Antagonist Optional Equipment Optional Equipment: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Radio Frequencies Radio Frequencies: Enroute to scene: mhz At scene: mhz. Departing scene: mhz. AWIN Radio Appendix 2

5 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST BASIC / EMT-Specialty / EMT-Volunteer Trauma Dressing (2) Isolation Kit (1) OB Kit (1) - must contain Bulb syringe Betadine Solution (1 Bottle) Hemostat Window Punch Exam Gloves (1 Box) Sterile Gloves (4 Pairs) Saline Bottles Commercial Tourniquet Sheets / Pillow Towels MECHANICAL HAZ-MAT Reference Guide Reflective Safety Wear Flashlight and Batteries (Only if not rechargeable) N95 or N100 Respirator Roof Hooks Trauma Bands Triage Tags/Tape Protocol Book Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (BASIC) MAIN O 2 Portable O 2 Infant (2) Pediatric Drug Tape, Chart or Wheel (1) Automated External Defibrillator AED Pads - (2 SETS) Pediatric (2 SETS) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child / Infant Tape 1inch and 2 inch (4) Occlusive Dressing (2) Thermometer Lubricating Jelly SERVICES GIVING MEDICATIONS REQUIRED TO HAVE THE FOLLOWING Glucometer and Glucose measuring strips Pulse Oximetry Device (1) Pulse Oximetry Probes - (1) Pediatric (1) Sharps Container Nebulizer (1) Sterile Saline Drops AND RELATED SUPPLIES Pedi (1) ml Infant (1) ml Neonate Mask (1) Pedi Suction Portable Unit (1) On-Board Unit (1) Suction Tubing (2) Catheters Size 8fr. or 10fr. (1) Size 14fr or 18fr (1) Yanker Suction (1) Immobilization Devices KED or Equivalent Spine board and Straps (2) Pedi-Mate or Equivalent CERVICAL COLLARS (3) Infant (1) May carry adjustable collars SPLINTING AND TRANSPORT (1) of the following: Folding Stretcher and/or Scoop Stretcher and/or Stair Chair or Similar Device Elevating Stretcher (1) SPLINTS Upper and Lower for and Pediatric Traction Split (1) Appendix 3

6 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST BASIC / EMT-Specialty / EMT-Volunteer MAST TROUSERS (1) ** Mast trousers to be carried and/or used at medical director s discretion, not a required Item) **MEDICATIONS (Injectable, Oral, Intranasal, Intravenous Infusions, Inhaled Meds) Aspirin mg Glucose Epinephrine Auto Injector Inhaled Beta Antagonist Optional Equipment Optional Equipment: Radio Frequencies Radio Frequencies: Enroute to scene: mhz At scene: mhz. Departing scene: mhz. AWIN Radio Appendix 3

7 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST ADVANCED RESPONSE Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (Advanced Response) Trauma Dressing (2) Isolation Kits (2) OB Kit (1) - must contain Bulb syringe Betadine Solution (1 Bottle) Hemostat Window Punch Scalpel Exam Gloves (1 Box) Sterile Gloves (4 Pairs) Saline Drops Commercial Tourniquet Sheets Towels Sharps Container OPERATIONS HAZ-MAT Reference GUIDE Reflective Safety Wear Flashlight and Batteries (Only if not rechargeable) N95 or N100 Respirator Trauma Bands Triage Tags/Tape Protocol Book Portable O 2 Infant (2) Magill Forceps - (1) Pediatric (1) ET Stylette - (1) Pediatric (1) ETCO 2 Detector- (1) Pediatric (1) (Colorimetric or Capnometric) Pediatric Drug Tape, Chart or Wheel (1) Pediatric Defibrillator Pads/Paddles (1 set) Cardiac Monitor / Defibrillator/ Pacer (1) ECG Cables (2 sets) ECG Paper (2) Electrodes (6 SETS) Pediatric (2 SETS) Pulse Oximetry Device (1) Pulse Oximetry Probes - (1) Pediatric (1) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child / Infant Tape 1inch and 2 inch (4) Occlusive Dressing (2) Thermometer Lubricating Jelly Glucometer and Glucose measuring strips AND RELATED SUPPLIES Pedi (1) ml Infant (1) ml Neonate Mask (1) Pedi Nebulizer (1) Sterile Saline Suction Portable Unit (1) Suction Tubing (2) Catheters Size 8fr. or 10fr. (1) Size 14fr or 18fr (1) Yanker Suction (1) AIRWAY SUPPLIES Esophageal Tracheal Multi-Lumen Airway (1) Supraglottic Airways ( and Pediatric) Laryngoscope Handles - (1) (1) Pediatric Laryngoscope Blades (1-4 OR 0-3) (1) ET Tubes Size: 2.5 mm (1) Size: 3 or 3.5 mm (1) Size: 4 or 4.5 mm (1) Size: 5 or 5.5 mm (1) Size: 6 or 6.5 mm (1) Size: 7 mm (2) Size: 7.5 mm (2) CRIC KIT or 10/12ga Needle (1) *ET Tube Holders (1) and Pediatric (1) * Commercial Style SPLINTING AND TRANSPORT Immobilization KED CERVIAL COLLARS (3) Infant (1) May carry adjustable collars SPLINTS Upper and Lower for and Pediatric Traction Split (1) Appendix 4

8 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST ADVANCED RESPONSE IV SUPPLIES and ACCESS DEVICES Micro Drip Infusion Sets (2) Macro Drip Infusion Sets (2) or Adjustable Drip Sets (4) 0.9% Saline Solution (4L) Ringers Lactate (4L) IV Start Sets / Tourniquet (6) Pediatric Arm Board (1) IV Catheters 16ga (3) 18ga (3) 20ga (3) 22ga (3) 24ga (3) IO Needles / Drill (2) (Tibial & Humerus Access Only) Powered and/or Manual IO Access Device Syringes and Needles 1cc (1) 3/5cc (3) 10/12cc (3) 60cc (1) 18 gauge needle (6) 21 gauge 1 ½ inch needles for IM injections (3) Large bore 3.5 inch for Chest Decompression (2) MAST TROUSERS (1) ** Mast trousers to be carried and/or used at medical director s discretion, not a Required Item) **MEDICATIONS (Injectable, Oral, Intranasal, Intravenous Infusions, Inhaled Meds) Atropine- minimum 4 mg Adenosine Antiarrhythmic Antiemetic agent Anxiolytic Aspirin mg Benzodiazepine Dextrose 50%- minimum 100 ml Diuretic Dobutamine Drip Dopamine Drip Epinephrine 1:10,000 - minimum 5 mg or 1 or both Epinephrine 1: minimum 5 mg Glucagon H1 Blocking Agent Inhaled Beta Agonist Lidocaine Drip Magnesium Sulfate Narcotic Antagonist Nitroglycerine (Sub-Lingual, and IV) Sodium Bicarbonate *Vasopression (80 Units minimum) * Not required but minimum if carried ALL Advanced Cardiac Life Support Medications REQUIRED CONTROLLED DRUG Must follow Ambulance Service s Controlled Drug Policy on file with the Section of EMS Injectable Narcotic analgesic Injectable Sedative/Hypnotic * Not required for Advanced Response if provided by transporting paramedic service Optional Equipment Optional Equipment: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Huber Needles Central Venous Device Access Cardiac Thrombolytic Medications Radio Frequencies Radio Frequencies: Enroute to scene: mhz At scene: mhz. Departing scene: mhz. ** Additional Medications maybe carried per Local Medical Director Protocols Appendix 4

9 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST Air Ambulance - Rotor Wing Trauma Dressing (2) Isolation Kits (2) OB Kit (1) - must contain Bulb syringe Betadine Solution (1 Bottle) Hemostat Window Punch Scalpel Exam Gloves Sterile Gloves Saline Drops Commercial Tourniquet Sheets / Pillow Sharps Container Appropriate survival kit or supplies MECHANICAL HAZ-MAT Reference GUIDE Reflective Safety Wear Flashlight and Batteries (Only if not rechargeable) N95 or N100 Respirator IV Pole or Roof Hooks Trauma Bands Triage Tags/Tape Protocol Book Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (Air Ambulance) MAIN O 2 Portable O 2 Infant (2) Magill Forceps - (1) Pediatric (1) ET Stylette - (1) Pediatric (1) ETCO 2 Detector- (1) Pediatric (1) (Colorimetric or Capnometric) Pediatric Drug Tape, Chart or Wheel (1) Pediatric Defibrillator Pads/Paddles (1 set) Cardiac Monitor / Defibrillator/ Pacer (1) ECG Cables (2 sets) ECG Paper (2) Electrodes (6 SETS) Pediatric (2 SETS) Pulse Oximetry Device (1) Pulse Oximetry Probes - (1) Pediatric (1) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child / Infant Tape 1inch and 2 inch (4) Occlusive Dressing (2) Thermometer Lubricating Jelly Glucometer and Glucose measuring strips AND RELATED SUPPLIES Pedi (1) ml Infant (1) ml Neonate Mask Pedi Nebulizer (1) Sterile Saline Suction Portable Unit (1) On-Board Unit (1) Suction Tubing (2) Catheters Size 8fr. or 10fr. (1) Size 14fr or 18fr (1) Yanker Suction (1) AIRWAY SUPPLIES Esophageal Tracheal Multi-Lumen Airway (1) Supraglottic Airways ( and Pediatric) Laryngoscope Handles - (1) (1) Pediatric Laryngoscope Blades (1-4 OR 0-3) (1) ET Tubes Size: 2.5 mm (1) Size: 3 or 3.5 mm (1) Size: 4 or 4.5 mm (1) Size: 5 or 5.5 mm (1) Size: 6 or 6.5 mm (1) Size: 7 mm (2) Size: 7.5 mm (2) CRIC KIT or 10/12ga Needle (1) *ET Tube Holders (1) and Pediatric (1) * Commercial Style CERVIAL COLLARS (2) Infant (1) May carry adjustable collars SPLINTING AND TRANSPORT STRETCHERS FAA Approved attachment for stretcher/litter system. Appendix 5

10 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST Air Ambulance - Rotor Wing IV SUPPLIES and ACCESS DEVICES Micro Drip Infusion Sets (2) or Macro Drip Infusion Sets (2) and Adjustable Drip Sets (2) 0.9% Saline Solution (2L) Ringers Lactate (2L) IV Start Sets / Tourniquet (4) IV Catheters 16ga (3) 18ga (3) 20ga (3) 22ga (3) 24ga (3) IO Needles / Drill (2) (Tibial & Humerus Access Only) Powered and/or Manual IO Access Device Syringes and Needles 1cc (1) 3/5cc (3) 10/12cc (3) 60cc (1) 18 gauge needle (6) 21 gauge 1 ½ inch needles for IM injections (3) Large bore 3.5 inch for Chest Decompression (2) MAST TROUSERS (1) ** Mast trousers to be carried and/or used at medical director s discretion, not a Required Item) **MEDICATIONS (Injectable, Oral, Intranasal, Intravenous Infusions, Inhaled Meds) Atropine- minimum 4 mg Adenosine Antiarrhythmic Antiemetic agent Anxiolytic Aspirin mg Benzodiazepine Dextrose 50%- minimum 100 ml Diuretic Dobutamine Drip Dopamine Drip Epinephrine 1:10,000 - minimum 5 mg or 1 or both Epinephrine 1: minimum 5 mg Glucagon H1 Blocking Agent Inhaled Beta Agonist Lidocaine Drip Magnesium Sulfate Narcotic Antagonist Nitroglycerine (Sub-Lingual, and IV) Sodium Bicarbonate *Vasopression (80 Units minimum) * Not required but minimum if carried ALL Advanced Cardiac Life Support Medications REQUIRED CONTROLLED DRUG Must follow Ambulance Service s Controlled Drug Policy on file with the Section of EMS Injectable Narcotic analgesic Injectable Sedative / Hypnotic Aircraft Specific Loading doors that allow safe handling of patient without unnecessary rotation or elevation. Lighting that is isolated from the pilot compartment. Patient stretcher or litter is sufficiently isolated from the pilot to prevent interference with the operation of the aircraft. Headset communication between pilot and aircrew Litters, equipment, and attendant seats are arranged to allow rapid egress from the aircraft. Radio Frequencies Radio Frequencies: Enroute to scene: mhz At scene: mhz. Departing scene: mhz. AWIN Radio ** Additional Medications maybe carried per Local Medical Director Protocols Appendix 5

11 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST Air Ambulance - Fixed Wing Trauma Dressing (2) Isolation Kits (2) Hemostat Scalpel Exam Gloves Sterile Gloves Saline Drops Sheets / Pillow Sharps Container Appropriate survival kit or supplies OPERATIONS HAZ-MAT Reference GUIDE Protocol Book Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (Air Ambulance) Portable O 2 Infant (1) Magill Forceps - (1) Pediatric (1) ET Stylette - (1) Pediatric (1) ETCO 2 Detector- (1) Pediatric (1) (Colorimetric or Capnometric) Pediatric Defibrillator Pads/Paddles (1 set) Cardiac Monitor / Defibrillator/ Pacer (1) ECG Cables (1 set) ECG Paper (2) Electrodes (3 SETS) Pediatric (1 SET) Pulse Oximetry Device (1) Pulse Oximetry Probes - (1) Pediatric (1) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child Tape 1inch and 2 inch (4) Lubricating Jelly Glucometer and Glucose measuring strips AND RELATED SUPPLIES Pedi (1) ml Infant (1) ml Pedi Nebulizer (1) Sterile Saline Suction Portable Unit (1) Suction Tubing (2) Catheters Size 8fr. or 10fr. (1) Size 14fr or 18fr (1) Yanker Suction (1) AIRWAY SUPPLIES Esophageal Tracheal Multi-Lumen Airway (1) Supraglottic Airways () Laryngoscope Handles - (1) (1) Pediatric Laryngoscope Blades (1-4 OR 0-3) (1) SPLINTING AND TRANSPORT FAA Approved attachment for stretcher/litter system. ET Tubes Size: 2.5 mm (1) Size: 3 or 3.5 mm (1) Size: 4 or 4.5 mm (1) Size: 5 or 5.5 mm (1) Size: 6 or 6.5 mm (1) Size: 7 mm (2) Size: 7.5 mm (2) CRIC KIT or 10/12ga Needle (1) *ET Tube Holders (1) and Pediatric (1) * Commercial Style Appendix 6

12 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST Air Ambulance - Fixed Wing IV SUPPLIES and ACCESS DEVICES Micro Drip Infusion Sets (1) or Macro Drip Infusion Sets (1) and Adjustable Drip Sets (2) 0.9% Saline Solution (2L) Ringers Lactate (2L) IV Start Sets / Tourniquet (4) IV Catheters 16ga (3) 18ga (3) 20ga (3) 22ga (3) 24ga (3) IO Needles / Drill (2) (Tibial & Humerus Access Only) Powered and/or Manual IO Access Device Syringes and Needles 1cc (1) 3/5cc (3) 10/12cc (3) 60cc (1) 18 gauge needle (6) 21 gauge 1 ½ inch needles for IM injections (3) Large bore 3.5 inch for Chest Decompression (2) MAST TROUSERS (1) ** Mast trousers to be carried and/or used at medical director s discretion, not a Required Item) **MEDICATIONS (Injectable, Oral, Intranasal, Intravenous Infusions, Inhaled Meds) Atropine- minimum 4 mg Adenosine Antiarrhythmic Antiemetic agent Anxiolytic Aspirin mg Benzodiazepine Dextrose 50%- minimum 100 ml Diuretic Dobutamine Drip Dopamine Drip Epinephrine 1:10,000 - minimum 5 mg or 1 or both Epinephrine 1: minimum 5 mg Glucagon H1 Blocking Agent Inhaled Beta Agonist Lidocaine Drip Magnesium Sulfate Narcotic Antagonist Nitroglycerine (Sub-Lingual, and IV) Sodium Bicarbonate *Vasopression (80 Units minimum) * Not required but minimum if carried ALL Advanced Cardiac Life Support Medications REQUIRED CONTROLLED DRUG Must follow Ambulance Service s Controlled Drug Policy on file with the Section of EMS Injectable Narcotic analgesic Injectable Sedative / Hypnotic Aircraft Specific Loading doors that allow safe handling of patient without unnecessary rotation or elevation. Lighting that is isolated from the pilot compartment. Patient stretcher or litter is sufficiently isolated from the pilot to prevent interference with the operation of the aircraft. Litters, equipment, and attendant seats are arranged to allow rapid egress from the aircraft. ** Additional Medications and equipment maybe carried per Local Medical Director Protocols Appendix 6

13 MINIMUM REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST STRETCHER AMBULANCE Isolation Kit (2) Exam Gloves (1 Box) Sterile Gloves (4 Pairs) MECHANICAL Flashlight and Batteries (Only if not rechargeable) Minimum Required Equipment list and Quantity (Stretcher) Portable O 2 Infant (2) Automated External Defibrillator AED Pads - (2 SETS) Pediatric (2 SETS) B/P Cuff - Lg. / / Child / Infant Tape 1inch and 2 inch (2) Sheets / Pillow Towels AND RELATED SUPPLIES Elevating Stretcher (1) TRANSPORT Radio Frequencies Radio Frequencies: Enroute to scene: mhz At scene: mhz. Departing scene: mhz. Appendix 7

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