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Anchoring Lives Aboard Warship: Nimitz

... there have been cases when the critical have been airlifted to nearby bases, crew members said....

US Patient Implanted With HeartMate II, Leaves ICU

...dition "profoundly deteriorated" last fall, he was airlifted to Barnes-Jewish for a temporary mechanical heart pump, "to see if he would turn around," his physician, Nader Moazami, said. "I told the family he has a 90 percent chance of dying," said Moazami, surgical director of the hospital's and Washington ...

Army Hospital Conducts First Multiple Organ Retrieval and Transplantation

...d on two serving soldiers in Delhi. One kidney was airlifted late yesterday (Wednesday) to Mumbai, where it was transplanted (Thursday) on the wife of a serving soldier. All the recipients are doing well," the spokesman said. This was the fourth case of an organ transplant in the Army Hospital (R&R) in two m...

In A freak Accident A Father Severs His 4-Year Old Sons Foot

...foot got caught in the mower's blades. The boy was airlifted to the Hospital for Sick Children, where surgeons are optimistic they can successfully reattach the boy's foot. The Child-safety officials at Sick Kids say there have been four cases where children have been injured by lawn mowers in the last six w...

Farm Boy Airlifted by PSNI helicopter To Safety

...cident, claimed a chance for survival after he was airlifted by a Helicopter//. The 16 year old teenage boy had suffered grave injuries on his upper body, and was lifted by a PSNI helicopter. Insp Roger McConnell, who accompanied the boy in the helicopter, said “I don't want to take all the credit, because t...

Pneumonia Claims 30 Lives In Pakistan

... patients who are in a serious condition are being airlifted to Islamabad and other parts of the country while six mobile teams have been sent to these areas. More would be sent by Thursday morning. The Health Secretary however disagreed with the figure being given by the newspapers and television channels sa...

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