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Flight Delay

The Regulation introduces a three-tier system: 1-in the event of long delays (two hours or more, depending on the distance of the flight), passengers must in every case be offered free meals and refreshments plus two free telephone calls, telex or fax messages, or e-mails; 2-if the time of departure is deferred until the next day, passengers must also be …

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Evidence grows for human to human transmission of deadly new corona virus

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed that the potentially fatal coronavirus could be transmitted from person to person. WHO Assistant Director-General, Keiji Fukuda speaking to reporters during a trip to Saudi Arabia where the majority of cases are found, noted that the clusters of illnesses “increasingly supports the hypothesis” of close contact human transmission. The news comes as a second …

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List of aviation, aerospace and aeronautical abbreviations

  A Abbreviation Term A/C aircraft ACAS airborne collision avoidance system ACARS Aircraft Communication and Addressing Reporting System ACI Airports Council International ACFT aircraft ACMS aircraft condition monitoring system ACC active clearance control AD airworthiness directive A/D aerodrome ADA advisory area ADC air data computer ADD acceptable deferred defect ADF automatic direction finder ADI Attitude Director Indicator ADIRS Air Data …

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The First IRANIAN Air Medical Scort

Flight nurse medical escort service worldwide commercial airline transport cost effective alternative to air ambulance As a medical travel service:we specialize in commercial airline medical transports. We advise you & your health care providers as to the safest and most cost effective plan of travel based on your medical escort on a commercial airline:or a private chartered aircraft,we will customized …

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Flight Nursing

What is a Flight Nurse? A flight nurse is generally a career position for registered nurses who are highly trained to administer a wide range of tasks including emergency assessment and treatment, triage, and critical care and pre-hospital care for patients of all kinds during rescue operations or aeromedical evacuation on board jet aircraft, propeller aircraft or helicopter. This means …

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IATA’s Medical Advisory Role

IATA has set up a structure to contribute to an efficient and cost effective approach to handling medical issues in the airline industry. In addition to the expertise of IATA’s Medical Advisor, IATA has formed a Medical Advisory Group bringing together airline medical experts from around the globe. A major part of their role is to provide advice to the industry and …

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Air Ambulance

a “plane or helicopter with all the equipment“needed to“fly“sick or “injured“people to hospital a “plane or helicopter with all the equipment “needed to “fly”sick or “injured “people to another hospitalor health center helicopter: a”type of aircraft without “wings, that has one or two sets of “large “blades that go round very “fast on “top. It can “land and take off …

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RNs ‘Extremely Stressed Out,’ Survey Says

The average registered nurse (RN) wants more sleep, authority, respect, and work–life balance, according to a survey on RN stress released Alsobeen investigated on June 30 by a company that trains legal nurse consultants. “The registered nurses taking care of you are extremely stressed out — and dangerously so,” Thay found that 64% of RNs get 7 to 8 hours …

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Is Medical Teamwork Harming Patients?

After years of practicing medicine as if it were a solo sport, doctors are being pushed, urged, and cajoled into developing a more collaborative, team-based approach to patient care. And yet that very approach poses new liability risks for physician leaders.     Poor team communication is one of the top 2 problems. In 2013, for instance, a Joint Commission …

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MEDICAL GUIDELINES FOR AIRLINE PASSENGERS

AEROSPACE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ALEXANDRIA, VA (MAY, 2002) CONTRIBUTORS:   Michael Bagshaw, M.D. James R. DeVoll, M.D. Richard T. Jennings, M.D. Brian F. McCrary, D.O. Susan E. Northrup, M.D. Russell B. Rayman, M.D. (Chair) Arleen Saenger, M.D. Claude Thibeault, M.D.   Introduction   Approximately 1 billion people travel each year by air on the many domestic and international airlines. On U.S. …

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