“What is the Emory Rural Tele-EMS Network?”
About: Website that explains ER-TEMS which is short for Emory Rural Tele-EMS Network and it provides 12 Georgian counties, in the US, access to Emergency medicine doctors via video consultation in the ambulance. By doing this the hospital gets prepared for the patient and no time is lost when the patient arrives to the hospital. There is also a demonstration video on the website.
“Max Life Telemedicine System in Mobile Stroke Units”
About: Video describing how Max Life Advanced Telemedicine equipment was used in an ambulance for a patient suffering from stroke. The equipment is used for video consultation with a neurologist who can assess the severity of the stroke and direct the ambulance to the right hospital.
Publication date: 2018-10-24
“Max Life Advanced Telemedicine – Descriptive Video”
About: Video describing how Max Life Advanced Telemedicine equipment was used in an ambulance for a patient from a car accident 2014. In the video the video cameras and the system is described and you get to follow along on the transportation to the hospital. Video number two shows the full ride in the ambulance while the first is a summary.
Publication date: 2014-10-24
“Can You See Me Now? Body-Worn Cameras in EMS”
About: Article about the use of body-worn cameras in EMS. North Channel EMS implemented this in 2016 so that all paramedics wore cameras when they responded to an emergency call. In this way videos of every incident could be reviewed afterwards to improve patient care. Demonstration video included.
Publication date: 2019-12-17
“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
“Kameror i ambulanser ger snabbare strokebehandling”
About: News coverage about the ViPHS project in Sweden where video support is being used to diagnose stroke patients in the ambulance and to choose the appropriate hospital depending on which treatment is needed. This is done with the support of a neruologist who can see the patient in the ambulance and offer hep with the examination. A demonstration video is included in the coverage.
Om: Reportage om ViPHS-projektet där videostöd används i ambulanserna för att kunna diagnosticera strokepatienter och välja rätt sjukhus med stöd av en neurolog som kan se patienten i ambulansen och hjälpa till med undersökningen. Reportaget innehåller även en demonstrationsvideo.
Publication date: 2022-04-26