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The Latest Developments In The Medical Equipment Sector

The Latest Developments In The Medical Equipment Sector

Find out what equipment air medical professionals need now and in the future to continue their life-saving work.Carrying blood products is an increasingly important area for ambulance operators carrying out critical care long-range transports. For long-range critical care missions, air ambulance companies that can carry blood are in a good position in the marketplace.

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MEQU Wishes You A Great Summer!

Dear °MEQU partners, distributors and clients The first half of 2020 has unfortunately been occupied by the Covid-19 pandemic and the economic aftermath in various business sectors all over the world and it is still ongoing. Despite this harsh time, summer has arrived...

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Damage Control Resuscitation – Quick Reference Guide

COPENHAGEN, July 8 Hemorrhage is the leading cause of preventable death on the battlefield. Damage Control Resuscitation by Joint Trauma System was developed to prioritize non-surgical interventions, which may reduce morbidity and mortality from trauma and hemorrhage....

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Whole-Blood Resuscitation of Injured Patients

Whole-Blood Resuscitation of Injured Patients

- The Innovation of LTOWB (low-titer group O whole blood) COPENHAGEN, May 18 Whole-blood transfusion for the treatment of hemorrhagic shock and coagulopathy after injury has a long history in military medicine since World War I. However, whole blood was replaced by...

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Effect Of Helicopter Transport On Red Blood Cell Components

Effect Of Helicopter Transport On Red Blood Cell Components

Effect Of Helicopter Transport On Red Blood Cell ComponentsCOPENHAGEN, April 28 In the study published by Blood Transfusion = Trasfusione del sangue, it was investigated whether a helicopter flight affected the quality and shelf-life of stored RBCs (red blood cells)....

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Death Ignores the Golden Hour

Death Ignores the Golden Hour

Death Ignores the Golden Hour The Argument for Mobile, Father-Forward Surgery (Photo by Staff Sgt. Douglas Ellis, U.S. Air Force)COPENHAGEN, Mar 20 In this military review published by U.S. Army, it is stressed that the first hour after the occurrence of a traumatic...

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