Key messages

• The goal is to make the conditions during transport similar to those in the intensive care unit.

• Transport equipment, the mode of transport, and types of respiratory and circulatory support should be assessed for each patient.

• Owing to space constraints, monitoring may need to be adjusted, but patient safety should not be compromised.

• A wide range of medications are required, providing coverage for conditions similar to those seen in the intensive care unit.

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