Cerebral Haemorrhage, Ohakune | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

Cerebral Haemorrhage, Ohakune

The Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to Ohakune Thursday afternoon to a woman who had suffered a cerebral haemorrhage.

She was initialy attended to by Fire and Emergency NZ Volunteers from Ohakune then assessed by road ambulance staff who called the rescue helicopter due to the patients urgent requirement to be transported to hospital.

The helicopter onbaord Intensive Care Paramedic stabilised the patient at the scene prior to departure to Palmerston North Hospital where she was to undergo further treatment.

 

 

 

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