When to use the EpiShuttle?
The EpiShuttle is designed to protect both the patients and health care professionals. It is used for transport of highly infectious and vulnerable patients all over the world. Some key use areas are listed below.
The EpiShuttle has been designed for safe and easy use during transportation of infectious patients in Ground Ambulance, Police & Fire Departments.
The EpiShuttle is used for intra-hospital and inter-hospital transport of highly infectious and vulnerable patients.
FAI Air Ambulance, DRF Luftrettung, Air Alliance Medflight and many more have chosen the EpiShuttle as their preferred solution for transport of highly infectious patients.
The EpiShuttle has been used in 10 militaries all over the world. It has proven to be a crucial tool when theres an infectious disease outbreak or CBRNe event.
In case of a CBRNe event, the EpiShuttle ensures the safety of first responders and receivers by quickly isolating the person contaminated by CBRN agents.
With large crews and many passengers onboard, it is important to quickly isolate infectious patients before transporting them through the ship. The EpiShuttle ensures quick isolation, protecting the crew and passengers.
International organisations operate in areas affected by outbreaks of contagious disease and contaminated by chemical hazards. The EpiShuttle can be an important part of the response.
With large crews in confined spaces on offshore platforms, there is a risk of fast spread of infectious diseases. The EpiShuttle can be used to stop the spread and to transport the sick to medical facilities on the mainland.
DISCLAIMER: The medical device information is provided for general informational and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking any actions based upon such information, we encourage you to consult with the appropriate professionals. The use or reliance of any information contained on the site is solely at your own risk. The EpiShuttle does not protect against all types of CBRN occurrences. Accordingly please consult with medical professionals before usage.