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Intubation of premature and neonatal babies is an essential skill in an advanced prehospital and retrieval service. Two doctors from Air Ambulance Department in Oslo impart their wisdom on the subject.

The Emergency Ministry and Health Ministry of Belarus are working together to revive the country’s air medical service by the end of June, following a decree signed by President Alexander L

Nigel Davies, head of secured navigation, QinetiQ, discusses the reliance EMS services have on global navigation satillite systems and what can be done to tackle outside disruption.

Finding an ICU bed to bring a patient home can be very difficult. AMR looks at solutions to this growing problem for air ambulance companies.

Queensland Government Air, based in Australia, gives a whole new meaning to versatility with the numerous and varied mission types it undertakes on a day-to-day basis.

The leap from classroom learning to real-world practice can be bridged using simulation training.

Ice protection system developments for light/medium helicopters.

When survivors of air ambulance accidents share stories and their burden of having experienced accidents, errors and close calls, it can facilitate healing in more ways than one.

When the caller says ‘go’, but the crew says ‘no’.

Should helicopter air ambulance services be paramedic or physician-led, and which is the safest and most practical?

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