Air Ambulance Review

2017 Air Ambulance Review - PDF download
Includes:
 
  • ICU bed delays
  • Aeromedical crew security
  • Better patient handovers
  • Validated SMS
  • Determining fitness to fly
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ITIJ issue 183 - April 2016 - PDF download
Includes:
 
  • Transporting obese patients
  • CRM: making ‘safe’ safer
  • The evolution of aeromedical simulation training
  • Antenatal evacuation
  • How well do you know your air ambulance provider
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2015 Air Ambulance Review
Includes:
 
  • Ebloa special report
  • Repatriating patients with serious brain injuries
  • Fly baby – moving neonates
  • Holistic care in the air: patient relaxation the natural way
  • Rules and regulations – the detail behind the new EASA flight and duty time limitations
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ITIJ issue 159 - Air Ambulance Review
Includes:
 
  • Fitness to fly – an old problem with new solutions
  • Air ambulance evacuations form conflict zones
  • Nepal – investigating unnecessary rescue flights and inflated bills
  • Moving patients in 2014 – the latest onboard technology and kit
  • Choosing the right aircraft for the job
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ITIJ issue 147 - Air Ambulance Review
Includes:
 
  • Intensive care in the air
  • Liability for fitness to fly
  • Safety: what is ‘gold standard’
  • Through the looking glass: transparency in the global air ambulance industry
  • Can mergers bring happiness ever after?
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ITIC New Orleans review
Includes:
 
  • A good bedside manner: meeting patients at the airport 
  • Managing turbulence: the European air ambulance industry post-recession
  • Cultural and ethical considerations and how these affect flight crew
  • The stamp of approval: accreditation 
  • World focus: Middle East 
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ITIJ issue 123 Air Ambulance Review
Includes:
 
  • Air ambulance and assistance synergies 
  • Baby onboard: neonatal capabilities 
  • Rise of the machines: a look at simulator training tools 
  • Heavyweight patients 
  • Coming clean: sanitary protocols for cleaning aircraft and crew, and transporting contagious patients
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Issue 111 - Air Ambulance supplement
Includes:
 
  • Stand out from the crowd: marketing your AA company 
  • Wing-to-wing transfers: reality or wishful thinking? 
  • Becoming a flight nurse 
  • Tractor triage: ground ambulance provider issues in third-world countries 
  • World focus: Japan 
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Issue 99 - Air Ambulance supplement
Includes:
 
  • Who are you calling a dummy? – Simulation training technology and crew education 
  • Coming in from the cold: the challenges of operating in sub-zero temperatures 
  • To broker or not to broker? 
  • Asian air ambulance market
  • Going the distance: the problems associated with long-haul repatriations 
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Issue 87 - Air Ambulance supplement
Includes:
 
  • Breathing easy: devices used for helping patients breathe
  • Assistance companies: working together to save time and money 
  • A day in the life of … an air ambulance medical director 
  • Scenar technology: its advantages for emergency medicine 
  • Getting better access to flight data to help build AA businesses 
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