20 – University of Alabama receives $1.8 million to improve patient care in rural Alabama

“University of Alabama receives $1.8 million to improve patient care in rural Alabama”

About: Article about the funding of a telemedicine project in EMS settings to improve patient care in the rural parts of Alabama, USA. By implementing the ability of transmission of video, vital signs etc. care will be provided in the ambulance and the hospital will be prepared when the patient arrives.

URL: https://nursing.ua.edu/2021/12/01/university-of-alabama-receives-1-8-million-to-improve-patient-care-in-rural-alabama/?fbclid=IwAR38HFRH-GEu93rMcXTB1VNtCrbc4-kQJrf7ev5OgbL1lzN2W0nojjI607g

Language: English

Publication date: 2021

14 – Nomadeec | Future of Telemedicine with HoloLens

“Nomadeec | Future of Telemedicine with HoloLens”

About: Video which shows Nomadeec’s new telemedicine solution with HoloLens. The video shows how paramedics can use HoloLens to visualize vital parameters in 3D as well as transmitting the data to a consultant doctor. The doctor can also see the patient and give advise via a video consultation function.

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9faG8dUHJuk

Language: English

Publication date: 2017-12-12

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About: Post by Taylor Regional Hospital declaring that they are the first hospital in the state that has started using the Twiage app to improve patient care in the prehospital setting. Twiage is an app that can be used by the ambulance staff to communicate with in-hospital doctors via video to get a second opinion on the patient’s condition and to prepare the hospital for the arriving of the patient.

URL: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=pfbid0sTUYQzvv5Mg3x73zq7eFSr7E8gUvH5GCNLy8463DZWus7xfns6EfsgyFzK2uWVMQl&id=100063615191846

Language: English

Publication date: 2022-06-23

39 – Telemedicine Can Replace the Neurologist on a Mobile Stroke Unit

“Telemedicine Can Replace the Neurologist on a Mobile Stroke Unit”

About: Research article about a comparative study where one group of stroke patients in a mobile stroke unit was examined by an onboard neurologist while the other group was examined via a telemedicine neurologist (audio and video). It was found that a telemedicine neurologist gave a reliable and accurate assessment of the stroke patient.

URL: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015363

Language: English

Publication date: 2017-01-12