Air Methods selected by US Air Force:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Air Methods has been selected as a prime contractor by the US Air Force Human Systems Center to develop and manufacture a new generation spinal cord injury transport system (SCITS). The agreement will result in a platform and stretcher for the aeromedical evacuation and care of spinal cord injury, burn and trauma patients. Total revenues could be over $9 million by 2002. Air Methods could generate more revenues as it retains the intellectual property rights to its technology and could also sell in the commercial and foreign military markets.
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