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Landseed International Hospital has successfully achieved the goal of international medical transport. Hospital helps Indonesian worker return home.

Landseed International Hospital has successfully achieved the goal of international medical transport. Hospital helps Indonesian worker return home.   Last Update:2020-02-03

An Indonesian labor fell into a coma on the spot from the height of the 11th floor last year and was seriously injured. And immediately sent to Landseed International Hospital for rescue. After a month of treatment, the family hopes to take him back to Indonesia for care. Landseed International Hospital starts the international medical transport service. To ensure that the person is safely taken care, nephrologist doctor Dai Daojian who is good at speaking Indonesian language accompanied him in the journey. And the local largest medical center cooperated with Landseed International Hospital for follow-up treatment to help patients reunite with his family.

The Indonesian worker fell from a height, suffered multiple fractures throughout the body, fractured ribs, injured his brain and lungs, paralyzed his lower body, and was in critical condition. After being fully treated by the interdisciplinary team of Landseed International Hospital, his condition gradually stabilized. The family members considered the follow-up medical treatment and the huge medical expenses, hoping to take care of him for long term in their hometown of Buta Island, Indonesia. Therefore, Landseed International Hospital started the international medical transprot project. Communicated and coordinated with the Indonesian office in Taiwan and the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, then contacted with the airline to arrange the rest of things.

Landseed International Hospital's international medical transprot service provides customized planning for the individual needs of different patients. The coordinated airline moved out 10 seats; the patient used 7 seats, of which 6 seats were used for stretchers, 1 seat was reserved for oxygen, 1 doctor, 1 nurse, and 1 accompanying family member. Directly sent to the flight via green channel.

The accompanying doctor Dai Daojian is qualified in aviation medicine and emergency medicine, and is an overseas Chinese in Indonesia. He is proficient in Indonesian and can understand the needs of family members without having to translate. Moreover, he can communicate with Central Sanglah Hospital (Sanglah Hospital Bali) directly, even if the professional medical language is not separated, to ensure the safety of patients.

The direct flight from Taiwan to Batu Island more than 5 hours. Doctor Dai Daojian said that although the patient can almost breathe spontaneously and respond to language, there should be no slack in the whole journey. First, if the patient has cerebral hemorrhage, he should pay attention to the physiological index at high altitude, monitor blood pressure, heartbeat, breathing, oxygen content, etc. Second, his broken ribs hurt the lungs, so doctor should pay attention to the possibility of the sign of pneumothorax or oxygen is enough. Third, the unconsciousness patient is closely monitored by doctor Dai in case choking at upper air of pressure difference.

When the plane arrived, the local medical team and ambulance were waiting at the airport. Dr. Dai accompanied him to the medical center to confirm the placement of follow-up treatment, and successfully completed the seamless connection of international medical transport. The local media are very concerned about the international medical transport and report it extensively; Sanglah Hospital expresses its affirmation of the advanced medical treatment in Taiwan and the professional technology and services of Landseed International Hospital. Landseed International Hospital not only helps Indonesian workers return home for medical treatment smoothly, but also achieves good medical diplomacy.

 

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