AirMed&Rescue out now
The latest issue of AirMed&Rescue Magazine is now available to read online!
In this issue:•Swiftwater rescue techniques
•Next-generation medical interiors for helicopters and planes
•Developments in aviation communications technology
•The future of combat rescue helicopters in the US Air Force
•Combining virtual training with reality
We’ve also got interviews with Dave Kelly, nominee for Air Ambulance Pilot of the Year in the UK, and Mark Delaney, General Manager of Toll Helicopters. Our Medical Insight piece in this issue is from Drs Jon Warwick and Neil Crooks of Air Alliance MedFlight, who discuss how cabin altitude can affect patients with respiratory illnesses.
Read the full October / November 2018 issue now
FeaturesSwiftwater rescues: Part II
Medical aircraft interior design developments
The future of USAF combat rescue helicopters
Are UAVs the future of search and rescue?
The future of emergency medic training
Profile: Dave Kelly, Co-Pilot, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
Profile: Mark Delany, General Manager of Toll Helicopters
Provider Profile: California Highway Patrol’s Air Operations
Provider Profile: AeroMD
The effects of cabin pressurisation on patients with respiratory conditions
Developments in aviation communications and technology