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Initial Evaluation and Key Principles of Critically-Ill Pediatric Patient Aerial Transport
Recent advances in more efficient communications, modern telemedicine systems, medical progress, better training of the medical professionals with the possibility of sub-specialisation has led to shorter transfer times in safer conditions of this and overall affording a better chance of survival. High altitude air transport has considerable implications on the respiratory system’s efficiency. Caregiver selection is key in avoiding the dangers of debilitating altitude sickness on the medical team. Minimizing physiological or anatomical derangements and minimizing potential complications in the very small critically ill patients while achieving short transfer times are major objectives.
Keywords: Pediatric critical care, air medical transport, evaluation and diagnosis critically ill child, high altitude hypoxemia, aero-medical transport complications