CCATT - OCP Critical Care Air Transport Team IR reflective Air force patch

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CCATT - OCP Critical Care Air Transport Team IR reflective Air force patch

18.99

3.5” x 2”

Velcro back

Authentic OCP - Multicam

The Critical Care Air Transport Team (CCATT) concept dates from 1988, when Col. P.K. Carlton and Maj. J. Chris Farmer originated the development of this program while stationed at U.S. Air Force Hospital Scott, Scott Air Force BaseIllinois.[1] Dr. Carlton was the Hospital Commander, and Dr. Farmer was a staff intensivist. The program was developed because of an inability to transport and care for a patient who became critically ill during a trans-Atlantic air evac mission in a C-141. They envisioned a highly portable intensive care unit (ICU) with sophisticated capabilities, carried in backpacks, that would match on-the-ground ICU functionality.[2]

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