“The Ottawa Telehealth Project”
About: A project in Canada where it was examined how the use of telecommunications such as video cameras in emergency situations works for patients with cardiologic problems.
Publication date: 2009-01-29
“Prehospital Advanced Resuscitation with Video Direct Medical Control Using Mobile Smart Device”
About: Article about a study where the aim was to assess the effect of video remote direct medical control using a mobile smart device for cardiac arrest. The resuscitation of the patients were performed by the paramedics with video communication direction.
Publication date: 2019-05-06
“Six hospitals deploy AT&T’s emergency care video app”
About: More information about the Code Heart app which provides a real-time video and audio stream that can be used by hospital cardiologists to view a patient’s condition in the ambulance and at the same time speak with the paramedic.
Publication date: 2011-10-19
“Code Heart Application AT&T”
About: Article about an app called Code Heart which provides a real-time video and audio stream that can be used by hospital cardiologists to view a patient’s condition in the ambulance and at the same time speak with the paramedic. The article also presents a demonstration video of the app.
Publication date: 2011-10-21
“Treatment of Acute Coronary Syndrome by Telemedically Supported Paramedics Compared With Physician-Based Treatment: A Prospective, Interventional, Multicenter Trial”
About: A study performed in Germany 2012 where 5 ambulances were telemedically equipped with video streaming gear among other things to make it possible for paramedics to treat Acute Coronary Syndrome. Part of the TemRas project in Germany.
Publication date: 2016-12-01
Study performed in Germany.