AMT Solutions delivers mobile intensive care stretchers to Uppsala
november 6th, 2014
Micus-aero in Uppsala Learjet 45 Air ambulance
A successful development in collaboration with the University Hospital in Uppsala, Sweden is behind the delivery of two intensive care stretchers from the Skellefteå company AMT Solutions. The micus-aero stretchers are specially developed for use in airborne intensive care. The delivery also included flight approval for use in Uppsalas air ambulances and ambulance helicopters.
Mobile Intensive Care
Micus-aero is a stretcher specifically developed for the transport of patients requiring intensive care. Micus-aero has integrated oxygen and interfaces to mount the stretcher safely in both aircraft, helicopter and road ambulance without using adapters.
Exhibiting at AidEx 2014 in Brussels
In cooperation with Business Sweden AMT Solutions will be exhibiting at the Swedish pavilion at AidEx 2014 in Brussels on November 12-13, 2014.
- In the development work, we have focused on creating a comfortable and user friendly intensive care unit that provides the crew with the best conditions to provide safe care throughout the transport chain, or as we say from the ”bed-to-bed”, says Peter Johansson, Head of Development at AMT Solutions.