Royal Danish Air Force Case Study - The benefits and challenges of in-flight medevac operations

Royal Danish Air Force Case Study - The benefits and challenges of in-flight medevac operations

The Royal Danish Air Force’s Air Transport Wing is developing a revolutionary new approach to in-flight medical evacuation that could make a lasting impact on the treatment of soldiers and help save lives. Both Dr Claus Lie, Head of the RDAF airevac squadron, and Dr Jean-Michel Ferrieux are leading the development of medevac containers, or modules, that can be loaded into the cargo bay of an aircraft to act as a kind of mobile medical ward.


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