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Air Ambulance travel risks for Patients
Air Ambulance travel risks for Patients
Aeromedical
The units that are used for an air transport are: the helicopter which covers distances up to 250 km and the aircraft used for longer distances. By air, the time needed is reduced to half or even to one third compared to terrestrial transportation. Aim: The aim of this review was to investigate the risk factors in air transport for patient.
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AIR AMBULANCE TRANSFERS - PRE-HOSPITAL BLOOD PRODUCT TRANSFUSION BY U.S. ARMY FLIGHT MEDICS
AIR AMBULANCE TRANSFERS - PRE-HOSPITAL BLOOD PRODUCT TRANSFUSION BY U.S. ARMY FLIGHT MEDICS
Air ambulance
Background: Between June-October 2012, 61 flight-medic-directed transfusions took place aboard U.S. Army Medical Evacuation (medevac) helicopters in Afghanistan. This represents the initial experience for pre-hospital blood product transfusion by U.S. Army flight medics.
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AIR AMBULANCE CRASH NEWS Nevada
AIR AMBULANCE CRASH NEWS Nevada
Air ambulance
ELKO, Nev. (AP) — An air-ambulance plane taking a heart-disease patient to a Utah hospital crashed in a parking lot in northern Nevada, killing all four people aboard and sending up explosions and flames. Three crew members and a patient were killed in the Friday night crash in Elko, American Medflight said Saturday in a statement. Elko police Lt. Rich Genseal said the twin-engine plane apparently "experienced mechanical problems" as it was climbing after taking off on a flight for Salt Lake Cit
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