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Mario Pierobon asks how helicopter rescue organisations can mitigate the effects of high altitude on their crews, and explains that there’s more to it than just height above sea level.

 
AirMed & Rescue Magazine speak to consultant in emergency medicine and doctor, East Anglian Air Ambulance, Dr Adam Chesters.

'What options do we have when it comes to repatriating UK patients to ICU?' asks David Quayle, UK clinical services manager at Air Alliance Medflight.

Barry D. Smith talks to C Company, 2916th aviation battalion, US Army National Training Centre about medevac training.

Search and rescue from the sea or ocean by helicopter presents its own set of unique challenges as Lucie Wood discovers.

Should UAVs be made visible under NVGs/IR?

The FAA’s new rules open US skies to SAR drones, as Kevin Featherly reports.

The impact on the air medical sector.

In a 911 emergency or patrolling the skies on homeland security missions, the citizens of the US state of New Jersey know that they have a highly trained aviation team on hand.

Taking a look at the role drones can play in the future of disaster relief

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