Covid Postitive Patient Air Amublance
A Covid Positive Patient Transfer Farista Rescue Air Ambulance is the safest, most effective way to transfer a critical patient from one hospital to another. This modern, high-tech service involves transporting patients by helicopter or plane. It is especially useful for long distances and crossing international borders.
As the transport of critically ill or injured patients becomes more complicated it has become necessary for hospitals to have access to this valuable service as well as offer it as an alternative. The Covid Positive Patient Transfer Farosta Rescue Air Ambulance utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and procedures designed specifically for long distance transmissions of sick or injured patients at the most efficient time possible while keeping the risk of infection minimized.
High tech System Air Amublance For Covid Positive Patient with Oxygen Support
The Covid Positive Patient Transfer Farista Rescue Air Ambulance offers a high-tech system for the transfer of ill or injured patients from one hospital to another. Farista Resuce transfers are undertaken in the safest, most efficient and cost effective way possible while acknowledging that accidents do happen; however, they are exceptionally rare, and even if they do happen, it is rare that a passenger is infected.
In today’s high-risk society, hospitals have become very aware of the importance of transferring critical patients quickly to other hospitals as well as within their own facilities.
The Covid Positive Patient Transfer Farista Rescue Air Ambulance is made possible by the combined efforts and advanced technology of the following organizations:
Farista Rescue, an advanced method in long distance patient transfer, utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and procedures designed specifically for long distance transmissions of sick or injured patients at the most efficient time possible while keeping the risk of infection minimized.
Farista Rescue is a positive patient transfer, or an Farista Rescue transfer, meaning that the patient’s condition is relatively stable with no immediate threat to life. This type of patient exchange can help lower medical costs, allow for quicker recovery times and increase the availability of specialized medical care.
In an Farista Rescue helicopter transfer a critical-care specialist accompanies the patient on a chartered helicopter. It takes approximately 30 minutes to pick up the patient at their location and transport them to their destination. The critical-care specialist monitors the patient en route to ensure there are no complications during the trip. A ground ambulance waits at the destination hospital to transport the patient directly into emergency services, bypassing most hospital admitting procedures.