The move to long-range jets | AirMed&Rescue

The Covid-19 pandemic saw a global surge in demand for long-range jet air ambulance provision, driven largely by the operating restrictions placed on service providers. Jonathan Falconer looks at how the industry has responded to the demand for long-range jets, and whether this model of operation remains sustainable in the post-pandemic world — Read onContinue reading “The move to long-range jets | AirMed&Rescue”

Taking stroke detection into the skies | AirMed&Rescue

Ground-breaking new airborne lightweight CT scanners are under competitive development by the Australian Stroke Alliance. Jonathan Falconer reports on how the idea of taking diagnosis and treatment to the patient via aeromedical retrieval promises a leap forward in how stroke is diagnosed and treated in a pre-hospital setting  — Read on http://www.airmedandrescue.com/latest/long-read/taking-stroke-detection-skies

Prehospital Care: An International Comparison of Independently Developed Training Courses – Air Medical Journal

Prehospital Care: An International Comparison of Independently Developed Training Courses – Air Medical Journal — Read on http://www.airmedicaljournal.com/article/S1067-991X(21)00237-6/fulltext

Ketamine-Induced Spontaneous Breathing Intubation With Airway Topicalization: A Case Report of Airway Obstruction in Retrieval Care | Elsevier Enhanced Reader

Ketamine-Induced Spontaneous Breathing Intubation With Airway Topicalization: A Case Report of Airway Obstruction in Retrieval Care | Elsevier Enhanced Reader — Read on reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S1067991X21001942

Long−Distance Aeromedical Transport of Patients with COVID19| OAEM

Long−Distance Aeromedical Transport of Patients with COVID−19 in Fixed−Wing Air Ambulance Using a Portable Isolation Unit: Opportunities, Limitations and Mitigation Strategies — Read on http://www.dovepress.com/longminusdistance-aeromedical-transport-of-patients-with-covidminus19–peer-reviewed-fulltext-article-OAEM

Questioning COVID-19 Surface Stability and Fomite Spreading in Three Aeromedical Cases: A Case Series | Military Medicine | Oxford Academic

ABSTRACT. It is well established that coronavirus disease 2019 is primarily transmitted through respiratory droplets, and there is mounting research speculation — Read on academic.oup.com/milmed/article/186/7-8/e832/6040078

Cut the cord: hoisting cable cutting during helicopter rescues | AirMed&Rescue

Barry Smith outlines his thoughts on the worst-case scenario during helicopter missions – having to cut the hoist cable with people attached — Read on http://www.airmedandrescue.com/latest/long-read/cut-cord-hoisting-cable-cutting-during-helicopter-rescues

The logistics of neonatal air transport | AirMed&Rescue

Dr Carlo Bellini, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Genoa, addresses the logistical aspects of long-distance neonatal air transport, which he argues are the greater challenge over medical proficiency — Read on http://www.airmedandrescue.com/latest/long-read/logistics-neonatal-air-transport