When every mission has the potential to mean life or death, you need tech that won’t let you down.
,, We dispatch when someone is seriously ill or injured and needs qualified care. We know that every mission can be the difference between life and death. The system we use to measure and share vital parameters is MobiMed and TOUGHBOOK. It´s connected and ready when we need it. If we, for example, suspect that a patient suffers from cardiac arrest we can take a 12-lead ECG and send it to the hospital in real time. We also use MobiMed to localise the tight hospital. We have to prioritise, and we help they patients that urgently need advances care."
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