first-aid station


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Noun1.first-aid station - a station providing emergency care or treatment before regular medical aid can be obtained
aid station, dressing station - (military) a station located near a combat area for giving first aid to the wounded
station - a facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose; "he started looking for a gas station"; "the train pulled into the station"
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A full first-aid station will be set up in the ambulance bays at the Lake Bluff Fire Station.
Vicky then put me into their car, took me to the first-aid station and after treatment, took me back to my car.
Four passengers died on the spot, the driver was taken to a first-aid station, and the 5th passenger was delivered to the resuscitation department," the statement said.
Could not a part of this be developed as a waiting ground for trucks - with proper parking bays and life-support amenities like bathrooms, food vendors, first-aid station, etc?
They were taken by bus to a first-aid station and scanned for radiation exposure before moving onto evacuation centers in Hitachi and other neighboring municipalities.
Dave dashed to her assistance, wrapping the elite runner in a foil blanket and helping her to the nearest first-aid station.
A 42-year-old white man was seen at the otolaryngology first-aid station at our institution for evaluation of signs of upper respiratory failure, which required an emergency tracheostomy.
A doctor on duty in a first-aid station treated him and he was rushed by ambulance to the city's General Hospital.
Questions that need to be addressed begin with the desired level of care the camp will be capable and willing to provide (e.g., a basic first-aid station and triage center or a more complex level of a care requiring sophisticated equipment and a highly skilled staff of professionals).
In terms of existing facilities, the images from some 10 monitoring cameras cannot be viewed simultaneously at the rescue operation headquarters, and the waters near the designated first-aid station in Hannan, Osaka Prefecture, are too shallow for the rescue boats to travel in, the bureau said.
First-aid station may say that it's just an angina, but we suppose that illnesses occurred because of the water," village representative Zamira Omuralieva noticed.