aeromedical

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aer·o·med·i·cine

 (âr′ō-mĕd′ĭ-sĭn)
aer′o·med′i·cal (-kəl) adj.

aeromedical

(ˌɛərəʊˈmɛdɪkəl)
adj
(Medicine) relating to the medical treatment of disorders associated with air or space travel

aer•o•med•i•cal

(ˌɛər əˈmɛd ɪ kəl)

adj.
of or pertaining to the science or practice of aviation medicine.
[1935–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.aeromedical - of or relating to aviation medicineaeromedical - of or relating to aviation medicine
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Processes to be considered during an aeromedical evacuation high-level containment transport Environment, process to consider Preflight Types of diseases Decision to aeromedically evacuate Training/drills Regulations and legal limitation Communication plan Layout/space assessment Other preparations In-flight Personnel Personal protective equipment Type of isolation units Procedures/capabilities inflight Liquid and solid waste handling Death in flight Other contingency procedures Postflight Decontamination Equipment reuse Waste disposal Personnel monitoring
And the remaining 25% said they would take sick leave, undergo the recommended treatment, and return to work when aeromedically cleared to do so.
"We are relieved, therefore, to confirm that Jules was transferred aeromedically last night from the Mie Prefectural General Medical Center in Yokkaichi, Japan, to Le Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice, where he arrived just a short time ago."
"During the same period, 35 persons were aeromedically evacuated back to the UK from Afghanistan for psychiatric reasons.
military's trauma teams to rapidly treat, stabilize, and aeromedically evacuate servicemembers with severe injuries has resulted in an increased survivability compared with the Vietnam war [2].
He had an initial loss of consciousness in the field following the blast, became alert and agitated while being aeromedically evacuated to the Bagram Airfield military hospital (Bagram, Afghanistan), and was noted to be comatose with a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) of 6 on arrival at Bagram [4].
In the last year alone, more than 9,000 patients were aeromedically evacuated from Iraq to Germany and more than 5,000 were moved from Germany to the United States.
In addition, with 46,000 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines aeromedically evacuated since October 2001, we reaffirm our commitment to provide hope to the sons and daughters of America as they fight for the cause of freedom.
As casualties are taken from the front lines during battle and moved to a safer area in the rear for initial treatment before being aeromedically evacuated to a hospital, communication is vital for coordinating the most prompt medical attention.

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