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La Plagne, France - 24/12/17 -> 25/12/17

Even on Christmas Eve our nurses are ready to bring back tourists. This unfortunate skier had a snowboard accident on 23/12 and was repatriated on a commercial planewith an open immobilisation cast due to a left minimal displaced ankle fracture. To keep the pain under control we send our IC-nurse on 24/12. Everybody was back on 25/12 and could...
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Torrevieja, Spain - 21/12/17 -> 22/12/17

An older tourist with a know cardiac decompensation had to stay in the hospital for a week with a cardiac insufficiency and chronic renal insufficiency . Further investigations showed a severe mitral insufficiency and an EF of 45%. An operation in Belgium was advised. Our IC nurse escorted the patient from the hospital in Spain back to Belgium on a...
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Las Palmas, Spain - 16/12/17 -> 17/12/17

A Belgian tourist got admitted in Maspalomas on Dec 4 for respiratory failure due to a bronchopneumonia and an acute heart failure. After two weeks of hospitalisation the patient was hemodynamic stable and fit to fly. Our nurse escorted her back to the home address.
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Venic, Italy, 07/12/17 -> 08/12/17

One of our doctors went on misison on 07/12 to repatriate a French patient. The patient was brought to the ER after a cardiovascular arrest with prolonged resuscitation. He was intubated and ventilated and stayed during several weeks on the ICU. Due to a third degree AV block he received a temporary pacemaker. Some time after extubation h...
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Malaga, Spain - 03/12/17 -> 04/12/17

​On 03/12 wen send out our IC nurse to Spain to repatriate a 72 years old lady who was admitted on 24/11 because of exacerbationof a known COPD due to  respiratory tract infection. With the help of our POC (Personal Oxygen Concentrator) we repatriated the patient on a commercial plane and brought her to a Universitary Hospital in Belgium.
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