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Erik Bornemeier NREMT /BSEM describes how training for the worst scenarios can lead to better outcomes when it comes to in-field amputations
 
Air ambulances carry patients with many different illnesses and injuries, and ensuring that an aircraft is meticulously clean is essential for both patients and crew.
 

On 18 January 2018, Australian lifeguards at Lennox Head, New South Wales (NSW), carried out the world’s first drone rescue.

In reality, patient privacy can only go so far argues Steve Wirth, a founding partner of Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, LLC.

Dynamic hoisting is becoming a viable alternative to traditional static hoisting.

 

Based in Mexico, Jet Rescue provides international fixed-wing air ambulance services to insurance and private clients.

The structure, facilities and capabilities of the Italian Coast Guard, a specialist division of the Italian Navy.

The Texas National Guard had its work cut out when Hurricane Harvey struck. A combination of teamwork, training and timely responses meant that successful rescues took place across the state.

Major Petra Smith of the Royal Canadian Air Force describes the latest training techniques that the RCAF hopes will inspire crew members to work more effectively together
 

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