The device features video chat, audio recording and access to information at the point of care. With its built-in camera, the headset enables direct video communication between field EMS providers and A&E, so experts at a hospital can assess a situation and provide timely advice.
Medics will also be able to see needed information on a 15-inch display as well as a GPS system and maps function to relay estimated times of arrival to hospitals and scenes.
"In emergencies, every second counts – Paramedic Pro provides the communications and information that medics need to save time, and to deliver the best possible patient care,” said James Woodall, CEO at Ikanos Consulting.
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Tuesday, November 13, 2012 8:19:10 PMwhile enroute to the hospital with the patient, and both medics in the back, whose driving to the ED, I know that thing is not navigating itself lol?
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 8:21:16 PMSeems to work good on amedical or trauma single patient call, but how does it do for a MCI call with 5 patients or more?
Mellissa Darr RoySunday, January 13, 2013 2:00:38 PMI would be interested in finding out how it could do for Emergency responders who may have to deal with both fire and first aid, search and rescue type scenarios along with dealing with multiple victims. (CERT member question).