Emergency transport system by a Helicopter in local areas.
Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey.
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants|
|Research Institution||Hiroshima University|
MORIO Michio Hiroshima University School of Medicine Professor, 医学部, 教授 (80033950)
WERNER List グラーツ大学, 医学部, 教授
HASHIMOTO Masaki Hiroshima University Hospital Assistant, 医学部附属病院, 助手 (90189506)
YUGE Osafumi Hiroshima University School of Medicine Associate Professor, 医学部, 助教授 (40034128)
OHTANI Minako Hiroshima University Hospital Associate Professor, 医学部附属病院, 助教授 (10033995)
UOZUMI Tohru Hiroshima University School of Medicine Professor, 医学部, 教授 (20028426)
LIST Werner Graz University School of Medicine Professor
|Project Fiscal Year
Completed(Fiscal Year 1989)
|Keywords||emergency transport system / Graz city / Vienna city / Hiroshima city / doctor car / mobile ICU / helicopter / rendezvous system|
In order to research emergency tranport system, we visited Graz and Vienna in Austria from 1st to 10th of October, 1989. The population of Graz and Vienna is about two hundred and fifty thousand poeple and about one million poeple respectively. Although each city in Austria has different system, the same idea is that doctors join prehospital care for emergency patients.
In Graz: The red cross headquarter control ambulance services. There are thirty ambulance cars without doctors, four doctor cars for slight illnesses, two doctor cars, two mobile ICU and two helicopters(one is spare). They have a unique system whose name is rendezvous system. That is, when emergency is happened, a doctor car leaves for the spot and meet an ambulance car there. Two helicopters are in tne airport where is 15 kms away from Graz city. One anesthesiologist and one rescuer are always waiting for a chance.
In Vienna: The emergency medical center which sixty doctors belong to control ambulance services. There are thirty two doctor cars, twenty ambulance cars with doctors, seven ambulance cars without doctors. A helicoper is in the police station. They have special ambulance cars for nuclear patients, infectious diseases, drug addicts and neonates.
Research Output (4results)