The flying intensive care unit
Air transport of highly contagious patients
In collaboration with the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Robert Koch Institute and Lufthansa Technik, we converted, in record time, an Airbus A340 into a specialised aircraft that is used to evacuate Ebola patients and to safely treat them in-flight under quarantine conditions. The flying intensive care unit has been approved by the German Federal Aviation Office (LBA).
Three tent units were installed when one A340 was converted into the„MedEvac“. Each tent does have an aluminium frame with transparent roof and side walls. Their static was tested up to 9 G. They are equipped with two zipper doors and 4 LEDs that are attached to the frame on the outside.
The air supply on vacuum basis is done by modified blowers. All blowers are operating in battery mode. The batteries are installed in front of the tent and can be exchanged without special suits. Multiple cables are connecting the instruments with the batteries. Every system is equipped with a monitoring device of the battery charge status.
Below you will find more detailed information regarding equipment and functionalities of the individual units.
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