Burlak Ambulance ATV at the “Army-2021” Forum

25.08.2021 Exhibition

The medical modification of the all-terrain vehicle (ATV) has been presented to the public for the first time. It is an ambulance that can drive almost anywhere. In such a role, only air ambulance might perhaps compete with it. However, using the latter is considerably more expensive and is limited by weather conditions suitable for flying and the availability of a landing pad. For Burlak there are no such obstacles: just get in and go.

The Burlak ambulance is designed to transport patients and provide emergency assistance to patients in hard-to-reach regions. The ATV is capable of being operated in difficult terrain and climatic conditions. It can be built to conform to any class of medical vehicles:

- Class A: for transporting non-emergency patients accompanied by medical personnel;

- Class B: for treatment and emergency medical care provided by a medical team, transportation and monitoring of patients at the pre-hospital stage;

- Class C (critical care transport): for treatment and emergency medical care provided by a resuscitation team, transportation and monitoring of patients at the pre-hospital stage.

The ATV presented at the exhibition is equipped with an oxygen concentrator. It allows to perform artificial lung ventilation without time constraints. The concentrator does not need oxygen cylinders, it produces oxygen from the air independently.

The spacious Burlak interior allows up to four patients to be transported simultaneously. Inside, depending on the configuration, a defibrillator, electrocardiograph machine and other equipment can be installed.

"Last year, at the "Army" forum, we demonstrated a vehicle for the Ministry of Emergency Situations; recently, it has successfully passed a trial operation in the Yakutia subdivision of the Ministry. I am sure that our latest development, the Burlak ambulance, will also arouse practical interest among the forum participants," Roman Pankratiev, Commercial Director of "Vezdekhody Burlak", says.