Why in flight emergency procedures are required?

Several research pieces happen on flight emergency procedures, reasons, and types. The following are some possible medical emergencies that require in flight emergency procedures. However, doctors and staff are available on the board to take action and decide if needed. The most common airplane emergencies involved:

· Lightheadedness or fainting

· Respiratory problems

· Nausea or vomiting

· Cardiac symptoms and

· Seizures.

The first aid box is always available on the flight for any emergency. Other than the least common airline emergencies involved,

· Laceration

· Delivery pain

· Cardiac arrest

· Ear pain

· Obstetrical or gynecological symptoms and

· Headache.

To start in flight emergency procedures, you must know the detailing of a medical emergency. Little convenience or non-serious attitude may face problems for staff and other passengers. The three types of emergency landing are Precautionary, Forced, and Ditched.

1. Precautionary emergency landings are where there is still power, but you land as an emergency is unavoidable. Before landing, pilots look for the safest place to land.

2. Forced airplane Landings are when you have to land on earth but without power. The main possibilities are gliding with wheels down or a plane landing with wheels up—usually a hard landing with chances of an aircraft breaking up.

3. Ditched airplane Landings are when you are over a body of water, like Ocean, sea, river as possibilities. It is a dangerous emergency landing; depending on how fast the plane sinks, they were more likely to result in the diversion and subsequent hospitalization.

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