Managing medical emergencies at 30,000 feet

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  • Published: 24 November 2015
  • Is there a doctor on board? CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta finds out how airlines prepare for in-flight medical emergencies.

Comments • 5

  • Sonicboom Beatbox
    Sonicboom Beatbox  1 years back

    Flight attendees are so Nobel. :)

    • Umberto Fournier
      Umberto Fournier  4 years back

      seems like a good idea.

      • Free Movies& And TV
        Free Movies& And TV  4 years back

        Why would you go on plane if you know your going ot have your child from this second to one or 2 says I mean really

        • Mike McGlock
          Mike McGlock  4 years back

          How to deal with anchor babies?

          • fnovax
            fnovax  4 years back

            +Buck Futter Those Chinese babies really aren't anchor babies because they go back to their home country soon after birth. The reason they want their children to be US Citizens is for them to have better opportunities in terms of education. They grow up in China, come to the US for education, most likely go back to their home country or settle down in the US with their education. So no, anchor babies aren't really the correct term.