Howard Roby

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A mobile intensive care module has been developed for aeromedical transport of the critical care patient. It incorporates monitoring, ventilator, oxygen and suction, and infusion pumps. The device clips to a lightweight stretcher, over the patient at hip to knee level. This system is compatible with nearly all patient transport vehicles and allows monitors(More)
BACKGROUND A randomized, single-blind, controlled trial was carried out to: 1) examine the safety of patients flying on commercial airlines 2 wk after a myocardial infarction; 2) determine whether or not the use of supplemental oxygen was associated with a reduced risk of in-flight adverse events; and 3) determine the need for a medical escort. METHODS(More)
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