The economically necessary changes to clinical structures also bring about an increasing specialization of hospitals. The ever-improving intensive care treatment methods also increasingly require an appropriate method of transport of these patients – not overly common for the rescue service – to an intensive care institution.
Since the contents of the paramedic/emergency paramedic training does not in any way relay the necessary priorities in theory and practice, there is a need for an appropriate, in-depth training course for the attending rescue service staff.
The training staff have many years of practical experience in the field of intensive care medicine/transport and are experts in your subject. The briefings and the practical part take place in cooperation with an internationally active intensive care transport company.