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Medical Kits & Equipment

PROVIDING CREW WITH THE BEST MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, AND THE CONFIDENCE TO USE IT

As first responders, your crewmembers need to provide assistance quickly and accurately.  Having a clinically and logically assembled medical kit to assist saves valuable time when treating any type of medical incident. MedAire medical kits meet - or exceed - applicable regional regulations. Every year, medical kit contents are reviewed by an expert panel of aviation medical, regulatory and operational experts to ensure the best solutions for private and corporate aircraft.  

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MedAire’s AAMK contains the supplies first responders need most. The kit contains medications and equipment to stabilise patients in critical situations. Included medications require a doctor’s oversight and MedAire’s MedLink in-flight assistance.

Advanced Aviation Medical Kit | AAMK

GIVE YOUR CREW THE TOOLS TO HELP IN AN EMERGENCY.

The AAMK is MedAire’s most comprehensive medical kit combining items from our standard Aircraft First Aid Kit and prescription medications needed to stabilise patients in-flight until ground-based medical support is available.

These additional medications are administered to unwell passengers or crewmembers with the assistance of MedAire’s MedLink doctors. This process and detailed review of kit contents are built in to MedAire’s training programs.

All of MedAire’s kits come with a convenient annual refurbishment process, including:
- Updating expired products
- Replenishing used items
- Implementing modifications based on new therapies, new regulations or changes in aviation medical trends.

MedAire’s AFAK is designed to meet and exceed regulations, the Aircraft First Aid Kit includes items needed to assess and address onboard medical events. Meets or exceeds FAR Parts 91, 121, 135, AMC1 CAT.IDE.A.220, Canada AOHS (Section 9.8) (Sch 2) (Type B) and HKCAD AN101E requirements.

Aircraft First Aid Kit | AFAK

THE FIRST RESPONDER’S TOOLKIT FOR COMMON IN-FLIGHT MEDICAL EVENTS

The AFAK is MedAire’s standard medical kit to make your aircraft compliant with regulations around the world. With the assistance of MedAire’s MedLink doctors, crewmembers can administer treatment using the kit to care for unwell passengers. This process and detailed review of kit contents are built in to MedAire’s training programs.

All of MedAire’s kits come with a convenient annual refurbishment process, including:

  • Updating expired products
  • Replenishing used items
  • Modifications based on new therapies, new regulations or changes in aviation medical trends.

KIT FEATURES AND CONTENT

  • Non-prescription items to begin treatment of common illnesses affecting the traveller
  • Colour-coded pouches with clear windows allow contents to be located quickly:
    • Assessment: digital blood pressure cuff and monitor, digital thermometer, reading glasses
    • Survival: signal mirror and guide, blankets, flashlight
    • Non-prescriptions: aches and pains, dehydration, motion sickness, coughs, diarrhoea
    • Dental: address toothaches, lost crowns, fillings
    • First-aid: dressings, antibiotic ointment, antiseptic scrubs, bandages, splint
    • Respiratory: oxygen tubing, CPR pocket mask with oxygen inlet
  • Reflective MedAire logo allows for easy identification in the dark.
  • Bag constructed of flame-resistant fabric.
  • Assembled under strict ISO 9001 quality assurance standards.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 7 pounds (3.16 kg)
Height: 5¾ inches (14.61 cm)
Length 10¾ inches (27.31 cm)
Width: 115/8 inches (29.53 cm)

REGULATIONS

Meets or exceeds FAR 91.513, FAR 135.177, AMC1 CAT.IDE.A.220, Canada AOHS (Section 9.8) (Sch 2) (Type B) and HKCAD AN101E.

MedAire’s EMK is an add-on kit for the Aircraft First Aid Kit.  This kit does not provide regulatory compliance on its own and should be used to supplement the Aircraft First Aid Kit (AFAK) kit, by providing prescription medications to help crewmembers stabilise more severe medical emergencies. 

Emergency Medical Kit | EMK

ENHANCED TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR UNEXPECTED MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

The ability to treat and stabilise medical emergencies in-flight will aid in diversion selection and give valuable time needed to get to ground-based medical support.  With the assistance of MedAire’s MedLink doctors, crewmembers can administer treatment using the kit to care for unwell passengers. This process and detailed review of kit contents are built in to MedAire’s training programs.

This kit does not provide regulatory compliance on its own and should be used to supplement the the Aircraft First Aid Kit (AFAK) by providing prescription medications to help crewmembers stabilise more sever medical emergencies.

This kit requires medical oversight a doctor and cannot be purchased without MedAire’s MedLink in-flight assistance.

All of MedAire’s kits come with a convenient annual refurbishment process, including:

  • Updating expired products
  • Replenishing used items
  • Modifications based on new therapies, new regulations or changes in aviation medical trends.

KIT FEATURES AND CONTENT

  • Prescription medications that address chest pain, nausea and vomiting, bacterial infections, trouble breathing, and allergic reactions.
  • Survival supplies including an LED flashlight, emergency blanket, moleskin, insect repellent, etc.
  • Non-prescriptions medications that address aches and pains, dehydration, motion sickness, coughs, and diarrhoea.
  • First-aid supplies including wound and burn dressings, antibiotic ointment, antiseptic scrubs, bandages, splint, etc.
  • Reflective piping and MedAire logo allows for easy identification in the dark.
  • Bag constructed of flame-resistant fabric.
  • Assembled under strict ISO 9001 quality assurance standards.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 7 pounds (3.16 kg)
Height: 5¾ inches (14.61 cm)
Length 10¾ inches (27.31 cm)
Width: 115/8 inches (29.53 cm)

REGULATIONS

Meets or exceeds FAR 91.513, FAR 135.177, AMC1 CAT.IDE.A.220, Canada AOHS (Section 9.8) (Sch 2) (Type B) and HKCAD AN101E.

The Heartsine samaritan PAD Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is very user friendly, offering on-demand CPR coaching to help first responders recall their training.

Heartsine samaritan PAD AED

GIVE CREWMEMBERS THE POWER TO SAVE A LIFE

The Heartsine samaritan PAD Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is very user friendly, offering on-demand CPR coaching to help first responders recall their training.

Calm, clear audio instructions are precisely timed to guide the responder’s actions every step of the way.

AEDs and public-access defibrillation enable non-traditional first responders to provide
adequate care immediately and dramatically increase the chance of survival.

MedAire’s Management of In-Flight Illness and Injury teaches the critical skills of CPR and AED utilization and should be considered for anyone who will be travelling on the aircraft as well as those who will be working with the aircraft.

All of MedAire’s kits come with a convenient annual refurbishment process, including:

  • Replacing batteries
  • Replenishing used items
  • Modifications based on new therapies, new regulations or changes in aviation medical trends.

FEATURES AND CONTENT

  • ICG-BASED FEEDBACK Revolutionary CPR Rate Advisor detects the rate of CPR being applied via the defibrillator electrodes.
  • EASY-TO-FOLLOW VISUAL & VERBAL GUIDES Designed for ease of use, prompts guide the first responder through the entire CPR process, with feedback on the rate of compressions.
  • AED PREP KIT with trauma scissors, gloves, wipes, a razor and a CPR pocket mask.
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION Housed in a protective hard carrying case MOST COMPACT at 5lbs and with a compact  footprint, the samaritan PAD is the most portable AED on the market.
  • ONE-CHANGE MAINTENANCE due to one expiration on pads and batteries
  • ADULTS & CHILDREN Optional paediatric key add-on reduces the shock used on children.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 5.4 lbs (2.7 kg)
Height: 11.5 in. (292 mm)
Length: 11 in. (279 mm)
Width: 5 in. (127 mm)

This medical kit is a supplement to the required aircraft medical kit on your aircraft. It includes prescription medications for children under the age of 12. 

Paediatric Medical Kit | PMK

PREPARE CREWMEMBERS TO CARE FOR YOUR YOUNGEST TRAVELLERS

MedAire created the Paediatric Medical Kit to address the unique medical needs of those under age 12. It allows first responders to assess and address common paediatric ailments such as allergies, ear infections, teething, rash, and asthma with lower-dosage medications.

This kit does not provide regulatory compliance on its own and should be used to supplement the Aircraft First Aid Kit (AFAK) or Advanced Aviation Medical Kit (AAMK) by providing prescription medications to help crewmembers stabilise medical emergencies for children under the age of 12.

This kit requires medical oversight a doctor and cannot be purchased without MedAire’s MedLink in-flight assistance.

All of MedAire’s kits come with a convenient annual refurbishment process, including:

  • Updating expired products
  • Replenishing used items
  • Modifications based on new therapies, new regulations or changes in aviation medical trends.

KIT FEATURES AND CONTENT

  • Colour-coded pouches with clear windows allow contents to be located quickly.
    • Non-prescription medications including antihistamines, aspirin, teething gel, nasal spray, lotion and ointments.
    • Prescription medications to address asthma, inflammation, infections, and allergic reactions.
    • Paediatric equipment including a digital thermometer, syringes, blood pressure cuff, oxygen mask and nasal cannula.
    • Personal protection items included to protect yourself from infection while treating travellers.
    • Directions that detail usage, dosage, side effects and how to contact MedAire’s MedLink doctors.
  • Reflective piping and MedAire logo allows for easy identification in the dark.
  • Bag constructed of flame-resistant fabric.
  • Assembled under strict ISO 9001 quality assurance standards.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 7 pounds (3.16 kg)
Height: 5¾ inches (14.61 cm)
Length 10¾ inches (27.31 cm)
Width: 115/8 inches (29.53 cm)

Tempus IC2 is the market leading vital signs monitor for non-medical experts. A medical emergency in-flight can quickly elevate to a more serious scenario than a similar emergency on the ground. Tempus technology is providing remote medical support and unrivalled telemedicine capability onboard hundreds of aircraft worldwide.

RDT Tempus IC2

RDT TEMPUS IC2 FULLY INTEGRATES WITH MEDAIRE’S MEDLINK FOR ULTIMATE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

Should illness or injury strike employees whilst abroad, Tempus IC2 enables you to fulfil your duty of care, delivering protection that meets expectations and reflects your health and safety values. Making correctly informed decisions using the best available technology with a full audit trail of what was done reduces company risk and liability.

Tempus technology has been used for over 20 years by non-medical experts, such as pilots, cabin crew and key staff to transmit the medical data that would routinely be collected in an ER – such as blood pressure, cardiac condition, pulse and respiration – to ground-based doctors from aircraft in flight. This enables doctors to help manage the medical incident and guide decision-making with regards to treatment and any potential diversion decision.

Tempus IC2 maximizes MedLink’s effectiveness by providing clinical-quality vital signs with integrated real-time voice and video. It eliminates guesswork, reduces room for error and operates discretely, relieving stress in a difficult situation.

MedAire’s Management of In-Flight Illness and Injury (MIII) teaches a basic overview of your Tempus IC2 unit. MedAire also offers a full Tempus IC2 training which can be combined with MIII or taught as a standalone course.

This kit requires medical oversight from a doctor and cannot be purchased without MedAire’s MedLink in-flight assistance.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 6.4 lbs (2.9 kg)
Height: 8 in. (20.3 cm)
Length: 4 in. (10.1 cm)
Width: 11.4 in. (28.9 cm)

MedAire’s UPK is an add-on kit for any MedAire medical kit, to equip crewmembers and passengers with the necessary equipment to protect themselves from exposure to communicable diseases. 

Universal Precaution Kit | UPK

PROTECTION FOR CREWMEMBERS TREATING UNWELL PASSENGERS

The Universal Precaution Kit (UPK) was developed using personal protection best practices from top industry & health organizations. With over 30 years of aviation medical assistance data from MedAire cases, the contents of the kit best addresses the most common in-flight medical events.

The items contained in the UPK meet the U.S. Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations for personal protection safety measures onboard an aircraft, and exceeds the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) recommendations for universal precaution equipment needed in times of increased public health risk.

This kit does not provide regulatory compliance on its own and should be used to supplement the Aircraft First Aid Kit (AFAK).

SPECIFICATIONS
Weight: 2 pounds (0.91 kg)
Height: 5 inches (12.70 cm)
Length 8 inches (20.32 cm)
Width: 7 inches (17.78 cm)

REGULATIONS

Meets the U.S. Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations for personal protection safety measures onboard an aircraft, and exceeds the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) recommendations for universal precaution equipment needed in times of increased public health risk.

MedAire’s VLAK is designed to meet and exceed regulations for light and very light aircraft operators. 

Very Light Aircraft Kit | VLAK

BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION

The VLAK is MedAire’s standard medical kit to make your aircraft compliant with regulations around the world. With the assistance of MedAire’s MedLink doctors, crewmembers can administer treatment using the kit to care for unwell passengers. This process and detailed review of kit contents are built in to MedAire’s training programs.

All of MedAire’s kits come with a convenient annual refurbishment process, including:

  • Updating expired products
  • Replenishing used items
  • Modifications based on new therapies, new regulations or changes in aviation medical trends. 
The VLAK meets or exceeds FAR Parts 91, 121, 135, AMC1 CAT.IDE.A.220, Canada AOHS (Section 9.8) (Sch 2) (Type B) and HKCAD AN101E requirements.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 3 pounds (1.36 kg)
Height: 3 inches (7.62 cm)
Length 11.5  inches (29.21 cm)
Width: 8 inches (20.32 cm)

REGULATIONS

Exceeds FAR Part 91 and meets JAR-OPS 1.745 regulations

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Medical Kit Refurbishment

MedAire provides refurbishment services out of its facilities in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Please select the form below based on where you will send your medical kit for refurbishment.

Medical Kit Refurbishment Form. United States-doc                            Medical Kit Refurbishment Form. United Kingdom-doc