Transport of patients with COVID-19 disease
Transporting patients with COVID-19 poses major challenges for all parties involved. Extensive hygiene measures are required to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. An essential part of the hygiene concept is the use of specialized isolation units for patient transport.
We are very pleased to announce that, as of 1 March 2021, we can put a further isolation unit (PMIU) into daily use. This unit comes in addition to the Epishuttle® which has already been operating successfully since last year. The Isovac CAPSULS™ system offers an efficient solution for the safe transport of patients with COVID-19 disease.
Our Challenger 604 long-range aircraft can accommodate both isolation units simultaneously, allowing the transport of two COVID 19 patients at the same time. Patient care is provided "from one source" by a medical crew trained in infectious disease transport. We can now offer our customers an economical and efficient solution for the simultaneous transport of two COVID 19 patients.
Under the leadership of our medical director Drs. Gert Muurling and deputy medical director Dr. Stephan Klose, the teams of Air Alliance Medflight with the two isolation units already set out on missions at the beginning of March. Two patients on each flight could be transported simultaneously on the routes Douala/Cameroon to Paris/France and Dakar/Senegal to Bordeaux/France.
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