The air ambulance group went from Ho Chi Minh Metropolis to Vung Tau at 11:30 p.m. on January 4 and flew to the Truong Sa Island District at 6:24 a.m. on January 5.
The affected person is transported from Son Ca Island to the mainland. (Picture: SGGP)
The Navy Hospital 175, on January 6, mentioned that it had just lately given emergency remedy to soldier P.V.D., 30, working in Son Ca Island of Truong Sa Island District in Khanh Hoa Province, who suffered a cervical spine injury, excessive cervical spinal cord injury, and traumatic mind injury, and was transported by helicopter to Navy Hospital 175 on the night of January 5.
Beforehand, the affected person fell into the ditch whereas on responsibility when it was raining closely and was given first support measures by docs of the Son Ca Island Hospital, who, on the similar time, related consultations by way of Telemedicine with docs of Navy Hospital 175.
As a result of the affected person’s situation acquired worse, he was urged to be despatched again to the mainland for remedy quickly.
The affected person is monitored fastidiously on the helicopter. (Picture: SGGP)
The 18th Military Corps despatched a helicopter to coordinate with the helicopter-based emergency medical companies (HEMS) of the Navy Hospital 175 led by Captain-Physician Pham Cong Tinh of the Intensive Care Unit to fly to Son Ca Island to convey the affected person again to the mainland.
Nonetheless, because of the affect of the storm, the helicopter couldn’t fly instantly from the hospital’s helipad, so the emergency group went from HCMC to Vung Tau at 11:30 p.m. on January 4 and departed to Truong Sa Island District at 6:24 a.m. on January 5.
In line with Physician Pham Cong Tinh, the affected person was acquired in a state of consciousness with indicators of quadriplegia. Particularly, the precise half of the physique was utterly paralyzed, and the left aspect was weak. The affected person was spontaneous respiration, with pulse indicators, blood strain, and SPO2 remaining inside secure limits.
The affected person is being handled at Navy Hospital 175. (Picture: SGGP)
The emergency flight landed safely on the helipad of the Orthopedic Constructing on the Navy Hospital 175 at 5:30 p.m. on January 5. Instantly, the affected person was taken to the hospital’s emergency division for particular checks, consultations, and acceptable remedy for the affected person.