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Malaga, Spain - 18/10/17 -> 19/10/17

During a holiday in Malaga, our patient fell and broke her pelvis. After a hospitalisation of 2 weeks she was declared fit to fly with the help of an IC-nurse. Due to the reduced mobility we brought her back on a stretcher case on a commercial plane back to Belgium where she was transferred by our ambulance team to a local hospital in Antwerp.
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Benidorm, Spain - 15/10/17 -> 16/10/17

One of our IC nurses was sent on mission to repatriate a patient from the local hospital in Benidorm. She was admitted on 04/10 after a vasovagal syncope with a post traumatic small subarachnoidal bleeding. We brought her back on a commercial airline without any complications.
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Rabat, Morocco - 13/10/17 -> 14/10/17

Visiting family our patient broke her hip on 01/10/17. On 05/10 she received a total hip prothesis and was fit to fly from 13/10/. Our IC nurse brought her back on a commercial plane without any complications.
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Hurghada, Egypt - 12/10/17 -> 14/10/17

After two cancellations due to complications we could finally start the repatriation of a 46 male tourist in Hurghada. He got admitted on holiday on 20/09 with a bilateral pleural effusion. He received thrombolytic therapy but complicated with a DVT of both superfical femoral vein and popliteal vein. After vistiing the patient  in the hospital...
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Jan Thiel Baai, Curaçao - 16/08/17 -> 19/08/17

On 16/08 a medical team consisting of 2 paramedics, an IC-nurse and a doctor departed towards Germany to pick up a Venezuelan patient who was on holiday to visit her son in Germany. Due to a massive CVA she remained some weeks in the hospital with a complete hemiparesis R. Recuperation was very slow and the assistance decided to repatriate her back...
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Naples, Italy - 04/10/17 -> 05/10/17

A tourist on holiday in Napels was admitted in the ICU with a heavy pneumonia. Sedated and ventilated he stayed several days under heavy AB treatment. After two week of hospitalisation he was fit to fly and to be repatriated by our IC nurse. With the help of O2, on board the commercial airplane, he was transferred back home.
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Manavgat, Turkey - 05/10/17 -> 06/10/17

A small stair, an elderly patient and darkness. Three perfect situations for a hip fracture. On 24/09 our patient fell from a small stair on their holiday address in Manavgat. Result: a fracture of the right hip that was treated with a total hip prothesis. In the hospital she complicated with a pneumonia that with good evolution under treatment wit...
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Alicante, Spain - 05/10/17

​On the 5th of October we did a scoop and run on the airport of Alicante. Our IC nurse met the patient in the airport of Alicante and repatriated her immediately back to Belgium. The patient had an wrist fracture L and a ankle fracture L. We repatriated her on a commercial plane with an extra seat. Nice job, happy patient.
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Almeria, Spain - 29/09/17 -> 30/09/17

​A patient with history of COPD was admitted in a hospital in Almeria due to an exacerbation of her COPD. After a second hospitalisation she was saturated enough to be repatriated on a commercial plane. During the repatriation we kept her under oxygen to finally transport her to a hospital in Brussels.
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Pattaya, Thailand - 27/09/17 -> 29/09/17

On 27/09 we send out a medical team on mission to repatriate a Belgian tourist. He was admitted in a local hospital after acute dizziness and vertigo followed with left extremities weakness. On 07/09 he was transferred to an ICU unit after decompressive craniectomy and ICP monitoring. We send ou a team consisting of a doctor and an I...
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