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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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Palma de Mallorca, Spain - 18/08/17 -> 19/08/17

On 29/07 our patient, with a knowd COPD, was admitted on the ICU in a local hospital in Palma due to a severe exacerbation of his COPD combined with a pneumonia. During his hospitalisation of two weeks it was extremely difficult to wean him from the O2 therapy (pCO2 89 en a pO2 81). Our IC nurse brought him back on a commercial flight to Belgi...
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Marrakech, Morocco - 23/06/17 -> 24/06/17

​Known with COPD, our patient had a consultation in a local hospital after a shortness of breath, and cyanosis. With a saturation of 53% he was brought to the ICU due to the exacerbation of his COPD. After a week of hospitalisation, AB-therapy and cortisone he was stable enought to take a commercial flight with our ICU escort and POC. His saturatio...
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Malaga, Spain - 17/05/17 -> 18/05/17

Our patient was brought to the ER after two days of dyspnoe and orthopnoe. The echo doppler, ECG and blood tests showed no cardio abnormalities. Due to a known pulmonary embolisis in 2016 the assistance center decided to bring her to Belgium for further investigation. Our ER doctor brought her back on a commercial plane with O2 standby. Smooth repa...
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Tenerife, Spain - 06/02/17 -> 07/02/17

​During his winter stay, our patient had to be admitted in Hospiten Sur in Tenerife because of an exacerbation of his known COPD due to a pneumonia. After two weeks hospitalisation the patient could return home with a saturation of 92%. Our IC nurse escorted him on a commercial plane to a local hospital in Belgium with the help of oxygen ...
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