aeromedicine

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  • noun

Synonyms for aeromedicine

the study and treatment of disorders associated with flight (especially with space flight)

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The C-17/KC-135 Aeromedical Evacuation Training System will be delivered in early 2017 and is the second aeromedical training solution to be developed by CAE.
Royal New Zealand Air Force squadron leader Karen Sweeting closed the day with a discussion on the diversity of aeromedical work in the Air Force.
It's all about these guys and girls who put their lives on the line for us, the least we can do is give them the most optimum care we can provide," said Senior Airman Delton McClary, a CCATT respiratory therapist with the 455th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron at Bagram.
In 2005, the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) commission directed the establishment of a Center of Excellence for Aeromedical Research, Education, and Training at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio.
Her commitment to excellence in education and service to her profession has left behind a legacy for flight nurses and other aeromedical personnel to continue her great work.
The ten-man small portable expeditionary aeromedical rapid response (SPEARR) capability is completed by the addition of the SPEARR trailer, which contains one tent with equipment and supplies.
Methods: A retrospective review was conducted of the fixed-wing obstetrical air transports performed by the StatCare aeromedical transport service from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2002.
Although one report by Christopher and Eitzen (2) suggested the value of an aeromedical team to evacuate patients with suspected lethal, infectious diseases, limited evidence supported a safer means of transportation that would possibly reduce transmission of SARS to persons taking part in the mission.
Dr David Pugh, 54, ran the Elstree Aeromedical Centre, near Borehamwood in Hertfordshire, where hundreds of children were treated with single measles, mumps and rubella jabs.
Featuring a passenger capacity of 19-22, the versatile new helicopter will serve a variety of commercial and international utility needs, including passenger, cargo, aeromedical, search and rescue and resource development support.
In 1983, when first deployed from residency to a small Air Force base in England, I found I was the highest-ranking physician and was made both chief of clinic services and chief of aeromedical services.
The new technology, known as an AeroMedical Information System (AMIS) will improve the chances of survival and recovery.
The model was used to simultaneously locate both trauma center and aeromedical depot resource types.
Paramedics may be dispatched to perform as aeromedical crew members without regard to their aviation experience level, training in specialized helicopter emergency procedures or familiarity with certification in advanced in-flight emergency medical procedures and equipment,'' the report's authors wrote.
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