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The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers

The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers

1996 to 1997

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine, Available through the National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aviation medicine -- United States.,
  • First aid in illness and injury -- United States.,
  • Medical emergencies.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCharles A. DeJohn ... [et al.]
    ContributionsDeJohn, Charles A., United States. Office of Aviation Medicine., Civil Aeromedical Institute.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15577082M

    Selected U.S. Air Carriers: to In-flight medical care, patient response in flight and postflight follow-up care for 1, in-flight medical incidents in the United States were studied to evaluate in-flight medical care delivery on U.S. airlines and to reevaluate the in-flight medical kit required on air transport aircraft. Cardiac events were.   00/12 The effects of previous computer experience on Air Traffic-Selection and Training (AT-SAT) test performance; Abstract; Full Text (PDF, KB) 00/13 The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers: to ; Abstract; Full Text (PDF, KB) 00/14 Organizational change: An assessment of trust and cynicism.

      In , complaints (% of all) were filed against US air carriers on the basis of discrimination against individuals with allergies, inclusive of animal, food, and other allergies. 21 Although individual airlines cannot be expected to regulate food brought aboard by nonallergic passengers, it is reasonable to expect the airline industry. In-flight medical events and aircraft diversions: one airline's experience. Delaune EF 3rd(1), Lucas RH, Illig P. with the increasing mobility of people with acute and chronic illnesses could make an increase in the frequency of in-flight medical events aboard commercial aircraft likely. OBJECTIVE: To determine the incidence of each type of.

    Evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers: to Evaluation of In-flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S. Air Carriers: to 20 pages. [PDF K] [PDF K] In-flight medical care, patient response in flight and postflight follow-up care for 1, in-flight medical incidents in the United States were studied to evaluate in-flight medical care delivery on U.S. airlines and to.


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1 THE EVALUATION OF IN-FLIGHT MEDICAL CARE ABOARD SELECTED U.S. AIR CARRIERS: TO INTRODUCTION On March 3,the Public Citizen Health Research Group of the Aviation Consumer Action Project (ACAP) petitioned to amend the Federal.

Get this from a library. The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers: to [Charles A DeJohn; United States.

Office of Aviation Medicine.; Civil Aeromedical Institute (U.S. The Evaluation of In-Flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S. Air Carriers: to Article (PDF Available) May with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'. This study includes a detailed correlation between in-flight medical care, patient response in-flight, and post-flight follow-up, in an effort to evaluate in-flight medical care delivery on U.S.

airlines and re-evaluate the FAA-mandated in-flight medical kit. A survey of five U.S. domestic air carriers from October 1, to Septemshowed 1, in-flight medical by: the evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected u.s. air carriers: to Charles A. Dejohn, Sjh Veronneau, +3 authors Joan Sullivan Garrett Medicine.

FAA/AM/13 - The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers: to FAA/AM/14 - Organizational change: An assessment of trust and cynicism.

FAA/AM/15 - Guidelines for bootstrapping validity coefficients in ATCS selection research. The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U S air carriers: to Washington, DC: Office of Aviation Medicine; Technical report no.

DOT/FAA/AM/   and Garrett, J. Evaluation of in-flight care aboard selected U.S. air carriers: to Flight Safety Foundation, Cabin Crew Safety. (35) 2. March - April ). The Flight Safety Foundation report extensively explored in-flight medical events and medical kit usage and made recommendations for changes to the U.S.

airline medical kit. The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers. Washington D.C: US Department of Transport, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine; 5. The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S.

air carriers: Final report, U.S. Deparmtent of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration Jan   The FAA's study entitled “The Evaluation of In-Flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S. Air Carriers from to ,” reveals that an oral antihistamine (used mainly to relieve symptoms associated with allergies and hay fever), a non-narcotic analgesic (used mainly to relieve muscle aches and headaches), and a bronchodilator inhaler (used to help restore normal breathing in asthmatics.

Methods: A survey of 5 U.S. domestic air carriers from October 1, to S View The Evaluation of In-Flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S. Air Carriers: to In this survey, IMEs aboard selected domestic U.S.

air carriers were monitored from October 1, to Septem IMEs were studied to determine the categories occurring most frequently, the diversion rate, and the categories that had the greatest probability of resulting in a diversion.

The adequacy of inflight medical care was evaluated by assessing inflight patient response and. This critical care course is designed to offer extensive training in flight physiology and various aspects of air medical transport.

They also have a minimum of 5 years critical care experience prior to being accepted and trained as an Air Care crew member. Air Care's medical crews participate in surgical skill labs to maintain proficiency in. Inconsistency has occurred in how the global air carriers address in-flight An evaluation of in-flight medical care in the U.S.

Aviat Space Environ Med, 73 (), pp. Google Scholar. C.A.V.S. DeJohn, A.M. Wolbrink, J.G. Larcher, D.W. Smith, J. GarretThe evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers. - 35 - IFMIs and MQV involvement DeJohn The Evaluation of In-Flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S.

Air Carriers: to In-flight diagnoses were in close agreement with hospital discharge diagnoses, and patients’ conditions generally improved, implying that in-flight medical care delivery is generally well managed. Title and Subtitle: The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S.

air carriers: to Report Date: April Authors: DeJohn, C.A., V ronneau, S.J.H., Wolbrink, A.M., and Larcher, J.G. Abstract: Medical care in-flight and the FAA-mandated medical kit have been studied for many years.

This study includes a detailed. U.S. Airmen, active-duty, Reservists and Air National Guard, as well as, members of other services and partner nations, receive flight nurse training in advanced C and C simulators at the th Human Performance Wing's U.S.

Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine at. expanded medical kit may be available with additiona medications. It canl not be overemphasized that these medical kits are only for emergency use and not for routine medical care.

Defibrillators (AEDs) form part of the chain of treatment of cardiac arrest. They will be required on all U.S. air carriers by July, (Many airlines are already.

– 7 in-flight deaths • Ground-to-air medical assistance study (DeJohn, ) In-flight Medical Events, ASEM 2. The Evaluation of In-Flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S.

Air Carriers: to May BA Reported Incidents Jan - Dec. Table of Contents Foreward - Introduction Stresses of Flight Airline Special Services In-Flight Medical Care Reported In-Flight Illness and Death M edical Considerations Before International Travel (Freedman et al, N Engl J Med ; ) Jet Lag.Physicians who care for a patient who has a serious illness and who wishes to travel may refer to a comprehensive set of medical guidelines for air travel, including a list of contraindications to flight prepared by the Aerospace Medical Association.1 The regulations governing aviation are complex, and the laws of the aircraft’s country of.Researchers from the FAA Civil Aerospace Medical Institute issued a report based on a study that considered data on passenger and crew medical events.

This report, published in Apriltitled “The Evaluation of In-flight Medical Care Aboard Selected U.S. Air Carriers: ,” covered about 20% of U.S. airline passengers.