How to decontaminate the ambulance: A step-by-step guide (infographic)
Be sure to clean and disinfect both the front and back compartments of the ambulance to reduce potential exposure to viruses, bacteria and dangerous drugs like fentanyl
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Did you know that 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?
Download this free step-by-step guide to decontaminating the ambulance from front to back to protect your providers and patients from these threats.
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