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Hi guys. Almost every time I get an emergency, its an air rage situation. The way I fly, I don't blame them. Hehe. The point is, I got my first sick pax today, and I thought it was really cool. From what I could gather, the FO radios Operations of British Airways in London (do HF radios have that much of a range?) and asks them to patch them through to First Call offices (can other airlines contact speedbird and make such requests?).When that happens, the captain passes along some numbers (the pax's vital signs? Do the FA obtains those?) and based on that, gets a recommendation.

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Hi guys. Almost every time I get an emergency, its an air rage situation. The way I fly, I don't blame them. Hehe. The point is, I got my first sick pax today, and I thought it was really cool. From what I could gather, the FO radios Operations of British Airways in London (do HF radios have that much of a range?) and asks them to patch them through to First Call offices (can other airlines contact speedbird and make such requests?).When that happens, the captain passes along some numbers (the pax's vital signs? Do the FA obtains those?) and based on that, gets a recommendation.
Hi,That's basically the gist of it.The FA or if there is a doctor on board gets the vitals from the pax... flight crew then pass that info to the medical staff on the ground, and then the decision is made what to do.Cheers,

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