“Live video from ambulances could help doctors save lives”
About: Article which addresses the fact that live video streaming from the ambulance could help doctors at the hospital save lives. Via this video streaming the doctors can get an eye on the patient and consult the paramedics on what to do before the arrival to the hospital.
Publication date: 2018-06-08
“Government plans to put calls by emergency services on mobile networks”
About: Article about the fact that the UK government wants to put emergency calls on the same mobile network as the public (new 4G technology). They believe that this new faster network could be used to stream videos live from the ambulance to inform the doctors in the hospital and get diagnosis support early on.
Publication date: 2014-03-09
“The field-based video tech solution that could revolutionise healthcare”
About: Article about the use of field-based video tech solutions and how it could revolutionise healthcare. Video conferencing between paramedics and specialists is discussed as a good communication platform to determine the diagnose of the patient or if the patient doesn’t need an ambulance ride.
About: Website about the company Pexip which provides a telehealth video platform which can be used by first responders to have a video consultation in the ambulance with specialists.
About: Website about the GoodSAM app which provides the ability for emergency callers to share live video from their mobile on the scene. This can be viewed in the ambulance and thereby the staff can assess the scene before they arrive.
“The Ambulance Science Podcast: Body-Worn Cameras in EMS”
About: Podcast where the use of body-worn cameras in EMS is discussed. The cameras can be used to explain EMS events.
Publication date: 2021-12-04
“EMAS Ambulance CCTV System Oct 2013”
About: Video where the CCTV system in EMAS ambulances is explained. The video cameras are used for video recording to use as an evidence base in legal aspects.
Publication date: 2015-09-25
About: Post by Patricia Auseth who works at Pexip which is a company that provides video tech solutions. This post is about how these video solutions can be used by ambulance staff to save lives.
Publication date: 2022-03
“5G robotic glove could diagnose patients before they reach A&E”
About: Article about the testing of a new technology called robotic glove. This will be used by paramedics in the ambulance and the glove will be controlled by a physician in the hospital via a 5G network enabling the paramedic to perform an ultrasound. Video cameras in the ceiling will also stream live video to the hospital to make the exam of the patient easier.
Publication date: 2019-06-27
“Scotland connects ambulances to satellites for better pre-hospital care”
About: Article about a trial called SatCare in Scotland where paramedics were provided with diagnostic tools usually found in the emergency department and video cameras. This enabled them to make a better assessment in the ambulance and record a video summary that was sent to the hospital to prepare them and to get advice on treatment in the ambulance.
Publication date: 2017-12-11