The Ultimate Guide to International EMS in Healthcare

Posted on May 29, 2019

What is International EMS and how does it play a role in providing healthcare services globally

An Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is a comprehensive system, developed to ensure that patients struck by sudden illness or injury, receive health and safety services; in order to prevent mortality and morbidity. In simple terms, Emergency medical services serve as the gateway for accessing secondary and tertiary services, when a medical emergency arises.

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5 Valuable Tips When Transporting Stroke Patients

Posted on May 29, 2019

Stroke patients are vulnerable and require medevac/ air ambulance services to be transported safely. The saddest thing about a stroke is that it never verifies the occasion, time, your age or location and sometimes knocks you down without any prior warning. Especially if you are travelling and are faced with communication barriers, unsatisfactory medical care and financial constraints - this can become quite troublesome for the patient and their families.

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A Definitive Guide to Integrated Healthcare

Posted on April 30, 2019

What is integrated healthcare and how does it help in air medical transport service area At AirMed, we have maintained an integrated system, enabling us to streamline processes and coordinate smoothly. This allows us to deliver high-quality and high-value care across the service network. From primary care to specialty care to specialty care, we offer seamless experiences. Our processes are streamlined in a way that it serves as a self-guide for our entire network.

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4 Key Tips for Assisting Flight of Elderly Passengers

Posted on April 01, 2019

Flying can be really stressful for elderly passengers; requiring elderly assistance, especially if they need medical attention while travelling. This requires extra care to be exercised in order to make everything as convenient as possible. There are a number of ways in which elderly assistance can be extended, below are some of the key ones:

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6 Key Safety Tips for GBS Patients

Posted on March 12, 2019

Guillain-Barré (GBS syndrome) is a life-threatening disease requiring hospitalization or constant monitoring. In this syndrome, the body's immune system starts attacking part of the peripheral nervous system (PNS). The PNS connects the brain and spinal cord to the rest of your body. Once damaged, it affects the transmission of signals. GBS syndrome can affect the nerves that control muscle movement, temperature, touch sensations or transmit pain. This can lead to weakness and loss of sensation in those muscles.

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