ambulance interior addition to the facilities used directly to treat patients, ambulances can accommodate a range of additional equipment used to facilitate patient care. This may include: Two-Way Radio, one of the most important elements of the equipment, allowing the ambulance to receive orders and may allow the team to contact the hospital, either to report their arrival or on the patient. 34 More recently, many services around the world have changed the UHF / VHF traditional, which can be spied on by outsiders, to more secure systems, such as those working on a GSM system, such as TETRA. Mobile terminal: Some ambulances are mobile terminals (or MDTS), which are connected wirelessly to a central computer, usually in the control center.These terminals can operate sending or receiving radio signals and can be used to send medical details to the team, record the time that the team treating the patient, which soon reached the place, leave and arrive at the hospital. CCTV: Some newly manufactured ambulances equipped with video cameras that record activity inside or outside the vehicle. Used as a tool for protection against possible violent attacks against the ambulance, or in some cases, as evidence before a medical malpractice case. Ramp: usually have a ramp or a lift at the rear to facilitate loading of the patient.It is often important when the ambulance has to treat obese or carry or disabled. Special Lighting: in cases of patients with photosensitivity, there are ambulances that have special lighting (in blue or red) Air conditioning: ambulances have air conditioning have two separate parts: one for the driver’s area and the other to the treatment area. This will get an ideal temperature for the patient and the air is filtered, thereby removing air and pathogens.