AirMed&Rescue October issue

We have features on reducing the risk of inadvertent entry into instrument meteorological conditions; approaching safety management systems; fleet renewal; the EU’s response to wildfires; and the technology behind aircrew helmets; as well as interviews, a provider profiles and industry voices

The October edition has lots of content for you: Jonathan Falconer explores what is being done to reduce the risk of inadvertent entry into instrument meteorological conditions; Jennifer Ferrero delves into the processes and procedures behind safety management systems; Lauren Haigh finds out how telematics are being used in aircraft to update ground staff to receive a critical care patient; Robin Gauldie examines the decisions that are being made between upgrading or replacing special operations fleets; Mario Pierobon looks at the way that Europe is approaching shared resources to combat the growth in wildfires; and Megan Gaen discovers the passion and detail that goes into making a safe and comfortable flight helmet.

Dr Tim Moll explains the procedures and decision-making processes needed for pre-hospital anesthesia; and Richard Borkowski describes how night vision has progressed and what it means for all the technology that affects it and is affected by it. We also have interviews with Dr Glenn McKay, who tells us about his career and how the pandemic was a critical moment for Medical Rescue Group; and with Jesse Thrush, whose diverse career has helped support his work with Overwatch Imaging. There is a provider profile of 10 Tanker, uniquely fighting fires with the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and a gallery of Alaskan services combining on a joint search and rescue training exercise.