This 57 year old patient was admitted on 12.7.22 due to confusion and general malaise. A CT scan revealed a large frontal lobe tumor, possible glioblastoma. The tumor was surgically removed on the 18.7.22 and the postoperative condition is good. The patient has a right sided leg palsy secondary to the tumor resection. A postoperative CT scan of the brain does not reveal any air inside the cranium. The patient is now fit to fly on a stretcher with doctor escort for seizure prophylaxis.
20 yr old man with debut of diabetes with ketoacidosis. Treated in HOSP. in Nice. Discharged 21/7. Well and eating and drinking. FTF with escort doctor with experience in diabetes. Can ambulate.
Critical ischemia in right femoral artery. Surgically treated. To be repatriated to DK for further mobilisation and FU.