Dassault delivers Medevac Falcon to Beijing Red Cross.
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Dassault Aviation said it has delivered a fully outfitted Falcon 2000LX Medevac aircraft to the Beijing Red Cross Emergency Medical Center (999).
The Falcon 2000LX Medevac aircraft is equipped with an electrical patient loading system and a full medical suite, along with an electrical power supply sized for a complete medical module.
The medical module includes a stretcher with dedicated lighting, a three-bottle oxygen supply, and monitoring and analysis equipment. It is also able to accommodate special devices like defibrillators, electrocardiographs, echographs, a blood bank and an ECMO (Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation).
Beijing Red Cross Emergency Medical Center, commonly known as 999, is an International Red Cross Association dedicated to providing critical pre-hospital medical services and has been among the pioneers in the Chinese air ambulance field. Equipped with state of the art medical equipment, including a full digital command center, and staffed by more than 100 medical professionals, 999 was the first air medevac provider in China to launch a three-dimensional rescue package combining ambulances, helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. In the decade it has been in operation, it has provided pre-hospital rescue and medical treatment service for over three million patients.
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|Title Annotation:||Falcon 2000LX Medevac aircraft for Beijing Red Cross Emergency Medical Center|
|Comment:||Dassault delivers Medevac Falcon to Beijing Red Cross.(Falcon 2000LX Medevac aircraft for Beijing Red Cross Emergency Medical Center)|
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|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Nov 25, 2015|
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