Russian Ansat helos to be equipped with modules for transporting infants

Kazan Helicopters received a permission from the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency to equip Ansat helicopters with a special module for transporting neonatal patients. This equipment can be used to provide evacuation and airborne medical care to infants. Ansat equipped with the neonatal transport module passed whole range of necessary certification tests. During the ground testing stage, the certification team demonstrated the capabilities of the model to conduct emergency evacuation of the crew, medical workers and a neonatal patient. Flight tests evaluated the performance of the module and verified its electromagnetic compatibility with the standard equipment of the helicopter.
The capability to install a neonatal medical module for Ansat had been in demand for a long time. The helicopter now comes with upgraded equipment, allowing medical teams to continuously monitor the condition of a child, maintain the vital body functions and conduct intensive therapy during the flight. The incubator comes with a set of medical equipment, including an artificial lung ventilator, a monitoring unit, an aspirator, and an infusion pump. The neonatal module can be installed optionally on all Ansats equipped with base medical modules.
Ansat helicopters are used for rescue operations in various regions of Russia, the geography of their application is constantly expanding.
Ansat is a light multipurpose twin-engine helicopter, serial production of which is deployed at Kazan Helicopters.

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