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Equipment Carried

on the Bölkow 105 helicopter

cabin
 

 

    1. 2 x Stretcher which can be removed and taken to patients
    2. Propaq Encore Patient Monitoring System which reads:
      Blood pressure, Respiration pulse oximity and can monitor exhaled CO2
    3. Life PAK 12
    4. 12 Lead ECG
    5. Laerdal aspirator
    6. 2 x Bottled oxygen – portable
      2 x Bottled entonox – 500 litre (portable)
    7. 1 x Parapaq ventilator
    8. 1 x Large box splint for fractured legs
      1 x Sagar traction splint for fractured femurs
    9. Spinal board
    10. 2 sets Stiff neck collars
    11. 1 x Orthopedic stretcher
    12. 1 x Carry chair
    13. Burns kit
    14. Maternity pack
    15. 2 x Response bag contains: dressings, drugs, fluids, intubation equipment, cannulation kit, DEF 18
    16. 1 x Aerohawk thermal blanket
    17. Bag containing spare laundry

 

Not carried on aircraft but available from helicopter base if requested by ground ambulance: Vacuum mattress for immobilizing spinal patients for longer journeys.

rear load space

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