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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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Evros, Greece - 01/11/17 -> 02/11/17

On the first of November our IC-nurse was send to Greece to repatriate a Belgian tourist. Our patient with a chronic heartfailure was admitted several times, during his holiday, in a local hospital Due to his dyspnoe our nurse took our POC (Personal Oxygen Concentrator) with him to support with O2 during the flight. He was brought home by our ambul...
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Tangier, Morocco - 12/09/17 ->13/09/17

Visting family, our patient got admitted in a hospital in Tangier with a pneumonia. Due to a known medical history we transferred the patient with an IC-nurse. The repatriation was done with the help of our POC (Personal Oxygen Concentrator) on a commerical plane without any problems on board.
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Oujda, Morocco - 11/08/17 -> 12/08/17

Our Moroccon patient was already known with a heart decompensation. Visiting his family in Oujda he had to attend the ER due to a bilateral pulmonary embolism. After two weeks of treatment with AB en O2 he was ready to be repatriated. Our IC nurse was sent to Oujda together with a POC (Personal Oxygen Concentrator) to provide O2 during the flight.
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Alicante, Spain - 11/06/17 -> 12/06/17

After a visit in a local hospital, our patiënt had to be admitted during three weeks because of a digestive hemoraghe on oesophagal varices and a hepatic cirrosis. After stabilisation with tranfusion of packed cells he was declared fit to fly. Because of the risk of bleeding and a shortness of breath, our medical doctor was sent out to repatri...
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Torrevieja, Spain - 17/02/17 -> 18/02/17

​Our patient got admitted in Alicante due to a dyspnoea due to an atelectasis L lung. After one week of hospitalisation he was ready to be repatriated. Our IC nurse escorted him on a commercial flight. Due to the need of oxygen during the repatriation we used our Personal Oxygen Concentrator to keep him saturated during the day. The patient was bro...
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Cartagena, Spain - 23/12/16 -> 24/12/16

​Even on Christmas Eve our nurses are ready to bring back home Belgian tourists. Our patient was admitted on 15/12 due to a respiratory failure due to a cardiac failure. After IV treatment she was declared fit to fly. Our IC nurse brought her home on a commercial airplane with the help of our POC (Personal Oxygen Concentrator). Patient and husband ...
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Alcudia, Spain - 19/10/16 -> 20/10/16

Our Belgian patient was brought to the ER in Mallorca because of pneumonia with bronchospasmes. After a treatment with antibiotics her saturation improved and she was declared fit to fly. Our IC-nurse escorted the patient home. Because of the pneumonia we took also the POC (Personal Oxygen Concentrator) with us during the flight.
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Citta Della Pieve, Italy - 30/09/16 -> 01/0/16

Visiting her family, our patient went to the hospital with severe dyspnoe on 15/09. As she was diagnosed with a pneumonia she received antibiotics and oxygen. At the time of the repatriation she was stable with a saturation of 93%. The assistance decided to escort her home with one of our IC-nurses. We brought also our Personal Oxygen Concentrator ...
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Lisbon, Portugal - 23/06/16 -> 24/06/16

On the 23th of June we send out our doctor to repatriate a Belgian patient. The patient went to a local hospital in Abrantes and was transferred very fast to a hospital in Lisbon for further investigation. The patient suffered from a cerebral oedema and was diagnosed with a cerebral metastasis that needed neurosurgery in Belgium. Because of the ris...
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