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Aircare launches trade-ins for outdated telemedicine devices
Operators with outdated and unsupported devices can utilise Aircare's trade-in programme to replace and upgrade their existing equipment.
Aircare International will give owners of outmoded or unsupported remote medical diagnostic equipment the opportunity to swap it for one of its RVS units at a discount.

As the demand for real-time, in-flight medical support continues to grow, Aircare International has launched a trade-in programme that will address the challenges presented by outdated remote diagnostic devices. To provide a solution for the rising number of operators that are facing discontinued support of older equipment, Aircare is offering to replace these devices with its own technology at a discount.

"We've had multiple flight departments reach out to us about replacing their outdated or unsupported diagnostic devices with the Aircare RVS. As one of our flagship products, the Aircare RVS is well-equipped to provide 24/7/365 in-flight medical support through secure video, audio and chat functions with our physicians," says Karl Kamps, vice president of operations, Aircare Access Assistance, Aircare International's telemedicine and medical kit management service.

Now, operators with outdated and unsupported devices can utilise Aircare's trade-in programme to replace and upgrade their existing equipment. Supported by Aircare Access Assistance, the Aircare RVS (Remote Viewing Station) is a powerful, lightweight and easy to use system designed to livestream encrypted video and diagnostic data during medical incidents at altitude. It provides the real-time telemedicine tools and connectivity that physicians need to help solve inflight emergency medical incidents 24/7, worldwide. The Aircare RVS utilises simple, off the shelf diagnostic tools and communicates through an intuitive software dashboard with minimal patient invasiveness and without relying on expensive hardware.

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