How to decontaminate an Ambulance

With the fast pace of EMS, it’s easy to forget about threats you can’t see. But bacteria, viruses and dangerous narcotics like fentanyl can survive for weeks on contaminated surfaces, including the nooks and crannies of your patient care compartment and even the steering wheel and seat belts up front. Follow this step-by-step guide to protect your providers and patients from these threats by decontaminating the ambulance from front to back.

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