Intensive Care & Non Intensive Care
The interior for the Mi8 / 17 is split up into three main modules. The medical floor, the intensive care unit, and the non-intensive care unit. Medical cabinets and oxygen stations are also available for the intensive care and non-intensive care units.
Not only are Air Ambulance Technology's aircraft interiors exceptionally quick to install and remove, the modular system also allows the operator to change between a full ems and a search and rescue mission within a very short time.
Intensive Care Unit
The intensive care unit can be configured for either one or two patients. The medical carrier can be designed to customer preferences and can also hold a built on oxygen station.
Non Intensive Care Unit
The non-intensive care unit has been designed to carry up to three patients for medical transport. 2 Oxygen stations can be installed behind the bottom stretcher.
Intensive and Non Intensive Care Unit
This intensive and non intensive care unit has a medical carrier at the top for all the medical devices. A non intensive care patient can be cared for at the bottom.
The interior of the MI8 17 is large enough for 3 different medical units. The units can be changed when necessary and medical seats, cabinets and oxygen stations can be installed if the mission requires them. From a standard helicopter to a flying hospital in approximately 20 - 25 minutes.