Medical isolation unit for safe transportation of highly infectious and vulnerable patients.
Superior Patient Care
The EpiShuttle allows monitoring and advanced treatment to be performed during transport, including emergency procedures like intubation, IV and oxygen line insertion.
Safety of Health Care Professionals
The EpiShuttle provides a completely sealed transparent barrier between the patient and the health care professional, preventing any cross-infection.
Certified Medical Equipment
The EpiShuttle is CE marked as Class 1 Medical device. It is EN 1789 compliant and has validated disinfection procedures.
Why choose the
Preparedness is crucial for staying in operation. With EpiShuttle the transport of patients with highly infectious diseases like Ebola, SARS and MERS is easier and safer. The unit protects the pilot, crew members and health care professionals from contracting the disease while in transport.
for Air Ambulances
In the recent pandemic, air ambulances all over the world chose the EpiShuttle as their trusted solution for transport of highly infectious diseases. The unit can be quickly set up and deployed. It is compatible with various airplanes and can be mounted using the boot brackets and straps, EpiShuttle Ratchet Straps, or with third party solutions designed for a variety of aircraft (DRF plate fro the EC145 helicopter, Aerolite for the Pilatus PC-24, Spectrum Aeromed and LifePort platforms)
The EpiShuttle has passed rigorous testing procedures and has obtained supplementary type certification (STC) for use in the Bombardier Challenger CL-600. Validated disinfection procedures tested and approved by EpiGuard experts make the unit safe to reuse over and over again. The aircrafts don’t need to be disinfected after every transport which saves time and money and keeps the ambulance in operation.
The air ventilation system generates more than 15 air exchanges per hour to ensure maximum patient comfort and safety. Filters and airtight seals ensure that all contaminants are kept inside the EpiShuttle, even in the event of rapid decompression of an airplane cabin. The negative pressure mode stops contaminated air from escaping the unit. The positive pressure mode prevents the non-filtered environmental air to enter the isolator.