Shenzhen launches "Air 120" Aeromedical Rescue Network
Xinhua News Agency, Shenzhen, November 23 (Reporter Bai Yu) when someone is seriously ill, but the road is seriously congested, or someone is in a special terrain in the wild, an emergency cannot be reached, what should we do? Maybe calling "flying" on the phone will be a life-saving option. Shenzhen 22 launched the "Air 120" aeromedical rescue network to create an integrated air-to-ground emergency rescue system to enhance emergency response capacity.
It is reported that aeromedical rescue is an effective extension of ground 120 first aid, and has unique advantages in rescue and disaster relief, long-distance transportation of critically ill patients, rapid response to medical rescue of major accidents, and so on. Shenzhen "Air 120" aeromedical rescue network was launched, marking the formation of a planned, planned, managed and supervised helicopter emergency medical rescue network led by the emergency center and the joint participation of 120 network hospitals and airlines.
The first batch of eight hospitals joined the aeromedical rescue network, including Shenzhen second people's Hospital, Peking University Shenzhen Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University affiliated Seventh Hospital, Shenzhen University General Hospital, and so on.
Lu Guanghua, deputy director of the Shenzhen Municipal Health and Health Commission, said that for the field of first aid, the most important thing in the treatment of critical and critical cases is effectiveness. Aviation rescue involves many departments, such as medical treatment, traffic police, civil aviation management, insurance, and so on. It is necessary to exchange information, share resources and promote each other in the system. Shenzhen will actively explore the establishment of an integrated open-space emergency rescue system, promote the construction of Shenzhen aeromedical rescue system, and enhance the emergency rescue capability of emergencies.