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medical evacuation

medical evacuation
Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the evacuation of persons (usually by air transportation) to a place where they can receive medical care




    1. Medical aerial evacuation of disaster victims
    2. tent(s) with interconnected areas for triage, medical care and evacuation,
    3. tent(s) with interconnected areas for triage, medical care and evacuation, tent(s) for surgery, tent(s) for the personnel. Command post. Logistic and medical supply deposit. Self-sufficiency Elements (a) to (i) of Article 3b(1) apply. Deployment
    4. Search and rescue service means the performance of distress monitoring, communication, coordination and search and rescue functions, initial medical assistance or medical evacuation, through the use of public and private resources, including cooperating aircraft, vessels and other craft and installations.
    5. costs for Communication and Information systems (CIS), transport, medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) and lodging of the EU officers operating in the AMIS II chain of command and of the military personnel in the ACC;
    6. According to the information available to the public, for instance, on the company website, the AW149 is suited to battlefield support, combat SAR, reconnaissance, surveillance, medical evacuation, search and rescue, and command and control support roles.
    7. When relevant, an aircraft must be equipped with all necessary safety, medical, evacuation and survival equipment, taking account of the risks associated to the areas of operation, the routes to be flown, the flight altitude and the duration of the flight.
    8. carried for use in flight; or are part of the permanent equipment of the aeroplane when it has been adapted for specialized use for medical evacuation; or carried on a flight made by the same aeroplane to collect a patient or after that patient has been delivered when it is impracticable to load or unload the goods at the time of the flight on which the patient is carried but with the intention that they be off-loaded as soon as practicable; and