Airport Services Manual

Airport Emergency Planning

Author: Barry Leonard

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Transportation

Page: 75

View: 581

In accordance with ICAO provisions, countries are required to establish at every airport an emergency plan commensurate with the aircraft operations and other activities conducted at the airport. This manual will assist countries in the implementation of these specifications and thereby ensure their uniform application. Covers pre-planning for airport emergencies, as well as co-ordination between the different airport agencies and those of the surrounding community that could be of assistance in responding to an emergency. Includes a sample emergency exercise critique form, glossary, and references. Illustrated.

The Trauma Manual

Trauma and Acute Care Surgery

Author: Andrew B. Peitzman

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 794

View: 668

The thoroughly updated Third Edition of this popular and widely used pocket reference guides the trauma team through every aspect of patient care after injury and before, during, and after acute care surgery—from prehospital care, to resuscitation, treatment of specific organ injuries, priorities in intensive care, and management of special situations. Designed for rapid, on-the-spot information retrieval, this manual will be a staple reference in emergency departments and trauma centers. Flow charts, algorithms, sequential lists, and tables throughout facilitate quick clinical decision-making. More than 200 illustrations demonstrate specific injuries and procedures. Appendices include organ injury scales, tetanus prophylaxis recommendations, and frequently used forms.

Aeronautical Air-Ground Data Link Communications

Author: Mohamed Slim Ben Mahmoud

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 150

View: 481

This book deals with air-ground aeronautical communications. The main goal is to give the reader a survey of the currently deployed, emerging and future communications systems dedicated to digital data communications between the aircraft and the ground, namely the data link. Those communication systems show specific properties relatively to those commonly used for terrestrial communications. In this book, the system architectures are more specifically considered from the access to the application layers as radio and physical functionalities have already been addressed in detail in others books. The first part is an introduction to aeronautical communications, their specific concepts, properties, requirements and terminology. The second part presents the currently used systems for air ground communications in continental and oceanic area. The third part enlightens the reader on the emerging and future communication systems and some leading research projects focused on this scope. Finally, before the conclusion, the fourth part gives several main challenges and research directions currently under investigation.