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Air Ambulance A Fast Life-Saving Service

Where do you turn for help when you or a family member requires serious medical attention and the best care might be hundreds or even thousands of miles away?

How will you get there?
Who will look after your medical needs during transportation? And most importantly, who will place your safety above all else?

Accidents happen, and sometimes in a remote area that isn't accessible by a ground ambulance or other emergency vehicles. Automobile accidents happen every day on major and minor highways as well as secondary roads and there are times when getting accident victims to a medical facility in a hurry is the difference between living and dying.

There are occasions in life when you or a loved one could need a jet or air ambulance service. When you have to travel an extended distance, the fastest and safest way to get there is with an air ambulance company. Another key benefit to this service is that you'll be properly treated in route to your destination by trained personnel aboard. For many serious or unstable conditions, intensive care and life support is needed immediately and continuously.

The concept of using aircraft as ambulances is almost as old as powered flight itself. The concept of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) has its origins in the military. It is thought that the first air medical transport occurred in 1870 during the Siege of Paris when 160 wounded French soldiers were transported by hot-air balloon to France. From that point on, air ambulances have been used by the military in times of war. The knowledge and expertise at the use of aircraft as ambulances continued to evolve, and by 1969, in Vietnam, the use of specially trained medical corpsmen and helicopters as ambulances led U.S. researchers to conclude that servicemen wounded in battle had better rates of survival than motorists injured on California freeways, and inspired the first experiments with the use of civilian paramedics in the world.

Air ambulances have come a long way and benefits include:

State of the art equipment includes: oxygen, suction, infusion pumps, respiratory, intubation equipment, volume ventilator, pulse oximeter, cardiac monitor and defibrillator and cardiac drugs

Whether a patient has become critically injured on the other side of the world or it is just a matter of flying a patient to a nursing facility closer to your home, emergency air travel can come to you and transport you to wherever you need to go.
Since 1991, the team of professionals and management of Global Air Rescue Air Ambulance Service have personally handled over 7,000 air ambulance, and air charter flights in over 150 countries on six continents. The aircraft used for air ambulance transfers are regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or governed by the foreign equivalent certification and equipped with state-of-the-art advanced cardiac life support systems.

Air Ambulance A Fast Life-Saving Service Global Air Rescue.