Air Ambulance

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We treat on average 5 critically injured people a day. Our busiest postcodes include Westminster, Lambeth and Hackney.

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Our service

Our charity delivers an advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London, serving the 10 million people who live, work and travel within the M25.


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Simple measures may prevent death from head injury – forgotten history shows

Early death following head trauma is often thought to be due to traumatic brain injury, but a rediscovery of research dating back over 300 years has shown that this may not be quite so simple. Instead – Impact Brain Apnoea (IBA) – the cessation of breathing following a traumatic brain injury – could actually be the cause of early death in some head injured patients. Quick, simple and preventable interventions may improve outcomes for these patients and help save lives, a new report in ‘Resuscitation’ journal has highlighted. 


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