First Air Ambulance in Nepal
First air ambulance in Nepal is now started to give services. Air ambulances in Nepal are aircrafts that are equipped with the most basic to the most sophisticated medical equipments for patients who fall sick when travelling or in such places where a normal road ambulance cannot reach. Fishtail air helicopter is the first air ambulance in Nepal and it is launched and started by Grande International Hospital, Dhapasi, Kathmandu, Nepal.
photo of fishtail Air helicopter of Nepal at Lukla Site…
The first air ambulance of Nepal is now ready to serve for the public. This historical air ambulance service is started for public by Grande International Hospital, Dhapasi, Kathmandu, Nepal. Fishtail Air helicopter landed on the roof of the 15 storeyed hospital building on 2013 October 30, which formally began the air ambulance service. The helicopter landed with a rescued tourist from Lukla. Personnels from the Civil Aviation were present on the occasion.
Nepal may be lagging behind in many aspects compared to the world or even South Asia but in some places, we are trying to keep up the pace.
If the first thing that comes to mind when contemplating the history of air ambulance services is the cast of the television show M*A*S*H, set during the Korean war, you’re almost a century too late. This is a new start and a great start. Best of luck the whole unities and company. Keep it on for serving in Nepal as air ambulance.
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An Air Ambulance is an aircraft which is used mostly to provide emergency medical assistance in situations where road ambulances cannot reach. Air Ambulance services are catered to those individuals who require medical assistance while travelling.
A perfect example would be that of a passenger falling seriously ill when travelling by flight. The name given to these kinds of operations is known as Aerodynamics. Air ambulance crews are provided with certain important medical instruments like: Ventilators, ECG Monitoring units, CPR equipments and stretchers and air ambulances are also equipped with the most sophisticated medical equipments that can be compared to the intensive care unit of a hospital. But air ambulance in Nepal should be affordable for all the Nepalese population. We don’t about cost of air ambulance service. It may depend on several terms and condition. But it is most important thing that it shouldn’t be unaffordable price or costs for the common Nepali.