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The tasks of patient transport and their implementation

The Sick Transport System through the Ages pp 40-123 | Cite as

Summary

After a broad insight into the historical development of the transport of sick people has been given in the foregoing, the various tasks and needs that this extremely important sub-area of ​​public welfare has to meet, as well as the procedures and aids to be used in the implementation, should now be examined more closely be subjected. In this presentation, the development and previous history of individual devices will of course also often have to be dealt with, although occasional contact with the facts already mentioned cannot always be avoided.

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