AIR AMBULANCE TRAVEL FOR INFECTIOUS PATIENT - DOMESTIC INTERNATIONAL
Air Ambulance Infectious patient transfer
MERS Ebola Tuberculosis
HI Flying understands that the management of patients with a history of healthcare contact in multiple countries is now a reality for many clinicians. Leisure tourism, the burgeoning industry of medical tourism, military conflict, natural disasters, and changing patterns of human migration may all contribute to this emerging epidemiological trend. Such individuals may be both vectors and victims of healthcare-associated infection with multiresistant bacteria. Current literature describes intercountry transfer of multiresistant Acinetobacter spp and Klebsiella pneumoniae (including Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase– and New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase–producing strains), methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant enterococci, and hypervirulent Clostridium difficile.
We have strict guidelines to recommend standard, contact, and airborne precautions during transportation of patients in Air Ambulance flights. We also emphasize additional elements of infection prevention and control programs that should be in place to prevent the transmission of any infectious agents including respiratory pathogens such as MERS-CoV in transport settings. These interim recommendations were informed by evidence-based infection prevention and control guidelines set by our medical team.
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"HI Flying has been extremely swift in keeping up pace with, and fulfilling, the ever-increasing demand for a prompt, professional and value for money - Patient Transport system for Individuals, Insurance and Assist companies all over the world. We appreciate their prompt response and their ability to provide impeccable tailor-made services for our clients whether it is South Asia, India or Middle east."
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She was a successful Business woman and a strict mother and often scolded her 5 year old son for he could never draw a straight line. As he was lying down on the bed of Sheikh Khalifa hospital in Abu dhabi UAE - breathing slowly on a ventilator - she begged him to make one more crooked line on the ECG.
Their Love was different. Overtime he kicked her in the stomach - she loved him more. Then one day - he was born and she was holding her to realize that he had cancer. So we as a Hi Flying group - Air Ambulance International helped her travel from Dubai to Taiwan for a successful treatment.
There were tears in her eyes when he recovered and she sent us a 'Thank you' Note.
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