45 – How to improve communication using technology in emergency medical services?…

“How to improve communication using technology in emergency medical services? A case study from Finland”

About: A case study in Finland where it was investigated how using technology can improve the communication in EMS. It is discussed how real-time video communication with consulting physicians in-hospital could improve patient care.

URL: https://journal.fi/finjehew/article/view/74143

Language: English

Publication date: 2018-12-04

Study performed in Finland.

44 – Comparing Sources of Disruptions to Telemedicine-Enabled Stroke Care in an Ambulance

“Comparing Sources of Disruptions to Telemedicine-Enabled Stroke Care in an Ambulance”

About: Study that was performed to evaluate the different possible disruptions to a video consultation in the ambulance for stroke patients. Seat size and arrangement of equipment among other things were investigated.

URL: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/19375867211054759

Language: English

Publication date: 2021-11-11

43 – Prehospital Advanced Resuscitation with Video Direct Medical Control…

“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.

URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/prehospital-and-disaster-medicine/article/prehospital-advanced-resuscitation-with-video-direct-medical-control-using-mobile-smart-device/5EC0666AC8B9665CE978EBDFA5730140

Language: English

Publication date: 2019-05-06

42 – Time Gain Needed for In-Ambulance Telemedicine: Cost-Utility Model

“Time Gain Needed for In-Ambulance Telemedicine: Cost-Utility Model”

About: An observational study where standard stroke care is compared to stroke care complemented by in-ambulance-telemedicine where paramedics and neurologists can communicate via an audio-video system to develop a cost-effective model for in-ambulance-telemedicine.

URL: https://mhealth.jmir.org/2017/11/e175

Language: English

Publication date: 2017-11-24

41 – Utilizing Body Cameras in EMS Medical Direction

“Utilizing Body Cameras in EMS Medical Direction”

About: An article about a case series which describes the utility of a live feed body-camera system in an EMS system to help EMS staff with diagnosing patients and to perform certain things as intubation. This was a field testing by Cypress Creek EMS of live streaming from the ambulance with help from the Axon Body 3 Cameras.

URL: https://www.jems.com/operations/utilizing-body-cameras-in-ems-medical-direction/

Language: English

Publication date: 2021-09-14

Study performed in America.

3 – Feasibility of AmbulanCe-Based Telemedicine (FACT) Study…

“Feasibility of AmbulanCe-Based Telemedicine (FACT) Study: Safety, Feasibility and Reliability of Third Generation In-Ambulance Telemedicine”

About: Research article about the clinical study NCT02119598. The aim of this prospective study was to investigate the safety, the technical feasibility and the reliability of in-ambulance telemedicine using a prototype third generation telemedicine system (PreSSUB III). Mainly focused on stroke patients.

URL: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0110043

Language: English

Publication date: 2014-10-24

Study performed in Belgium.

4 – Feasibility of Telemedicine Under Ambulance Station Conditions…

“Feasibility of Telemedicine Under Ambulance Station Conditions”

About: Observational study to examine the use of telemedicine at ambulance stations in civil defence situations. Video consultation with a tele-EMS-physician will be used to treat patients in one group and for the other group telemedicine will not be used.

URL: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05388071?term=telemedicine&titles=ambulance&draw=2&rank=1

Language: English

Start date: 2022-07-01

End date: 2022-07-02

Study performed in Germany.

3 – Feasibility of AmbulanCe-based Telemedicine (FACT) Study (FACT)…

“Feasibility of AmbulanCe-based Telemedicine (FACT) Study (FACT)”

About: Observational study that tested the PreSSUB III system in ambulances. The ambulance staff could communicate with doctors at the hospital to examine the severity of the stroke for patients with these symptoms.

URL: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02119598?term=NCT02119598&draw=2&rank=1

Language: English

Start date: 2014-02

End date: 2014-09

Study performed in Belgium.