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Synonyms for aeromedicine

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

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Aeromedical evacuation using an aircraft transit isolator of a patient with Lassa fever.
Flight Nurse and Aeromedical Evacuation Technician students complete 40 hours of missions on the C-130H mockup as part of their ground training check-rides.
An intro offers a historical overview of the emergence of American military airlift and summarizes how the various services have organized and developed their respective airlift missions, including strategic and tactical airlift, aeromedical airlift, staff and VIP airlift, and utility airlift.
Naval Aerospace Medical Institute's (NAMI) online Aeromedical Reference and Waiver Guide.
The Voyager aircraft represents a new standard in tanker/transport technology and will provide the RAF with the world's most advanced air-to-air refueling, passenger transport and aeromedical capability.
Air Force Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory, Fairbanks, Alaska.
Along and distinguished legacy of aeromedical research in the "Cradle of Naval Aviation" began when the Navy established its first aviation medicine research unit at NAS Pensacola in 1939.
Regarding aeromedical activities, the report indicated that GCAA issued and renewed 1127 medical certificates in various qualified categories, appointed three medical committees, approved 8 decisions by medical committees, and carried out 59 transactions to return crew licences.
Dan Johnston is the lead investigator, but is collaborating with researchers from Pepperdine University and the United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory.
This support involves coordination of strategic intertheater airlifts, tactical LC-130 field support, aeromedical evacuation support, search and rescue response, sealifts, seaport access bulk fuel supply, port cargo handling, and transportation requirements.
Along with 376th EMDG personnel, they joined to discuss everything from mobile surgical movement, field anesthesia, critical care air transport, and aeromedical evacuation.The purpose of the symposium was to share information to those whom have oral or written support arrangements for medical support with the base in the event of natural disasters or other emergencies such as air disasters or terrorist attacks.The Manas and Spanish coalition medical teams shared information about surgical techniques, stabilizing patients, aeromedical capabilities, and other informative medical topics.
For more information on fatigue and its effects, visit the Naval Safety Center's Aeromedical division website at:
Aeromedical evacuation services provider Royal Med has introduced a Learjet 60 to its fleet, thereby enhancing its Medevac service capability.
At 2054 Central time the aeromedical helicopter crashed into water while maneuvering to a temporary landing zone.
Many past and present flight nurses, pilots, Medical Retrieval Unit Coordinators, aircraft engineers, administration staff, aeromedical ambulance officers, family and friends attended the ceremony.
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