Transport of a Prone Position Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Patient
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Transport of patient undergoing CPR
Dr Chris Denny, Auckland HEMS Medical Director Much of critical care medicine is a race. A relay race. Enhancing the chain of survival for cardiac disease requires a series of interdependent tasks: ED ECMO 36 – Crushing the nihilism of cardiac arrest In the Auckland region, we are fortunate to work with […] via Safe transportContinue reading “Transport of patient undergoing CPR”
How to choose a transport ventilator in 2017
Checklist for Transport of ICU patients
Checklist for Transport of ICU Patients https://t.co/tyDjLXQ7zg — INTENSIVE (@intensiveblog) February 6, 2017
Quality Metrics in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Transport: A National Delphi Project.
Revolutionary pediatric #PHARM Quality Metrics work from #AAP, laying the groundwork for @AMPAdocs‘ #GAMUT project: pic.twitter.com/SpsuQgXy0T — Bill Hinckley (@UCAirCareDoc) November 20, 2015 Quality Metrics in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Transport: A National Delphi Project.
Preparation of the critical patient for aeromedical transport
Updated 2013 Australasian Guidelines for Transport of Critically Ill patients
Modes of Transport
Aeromedical Retrieval master tips for ventilation using traditional and novel devices
OXYLATOR EMX IN FLIGHT Dr Harold Shim demonstrates hybrid use of two ventilator devices in an aeromedical transport in Africa. Oxylator EMX , pressure limited, gas driven device and Oxylog 3000, multimodal transport ventilator. very nice technique for making loading and unloading and ambulance transfer easier with smaller device sufficient for handover and transition phasesContinue reading “Aeromedical Retrieval master tips for ventilation using traditional and novel devices”