For a stroke patient ‘time is brain tissue’ and for a heart attack patient ‘time is heart muscle’.

Often times, paramedics are faced with a situation where they need to provide primary care to the patient in the emergency situation before they are transferred to a hospital for further treatment. Or in another scenario, a patient may not need be transferred to a hospital if the appropriate care can be delivered by the paramedic.

In both the cases, the paramedic can benefit if they are connected with a remote medical expert for support and consultation for such decision making.

BlueEye Handsfree allows point-of-view video from the paramedic to ‘immerse’ the hospital-bound doctor in the remote emergency scene resulting in quicker delivery of, for example, clot busting drugs which can improve patient outcome while saving multiple costs.

One-way video from the paramedic to the remote doctor allows the paramedic to focus on the patient procedure while receiving instructions from the remote doctor. The point-0f-view video from the paramedic to the doctor allows the doctor to see the patient through paramedic’s eyes. Two-way audio supports effective coordination between the paramedic and the remote doctor.

Key Benefits

  • Accelerates diagnosis and treatment

  • Improves situational awareness for the remote doctor

  • Supports treat at scene, avoiding unnecessary conveyance

  • Multiple cost savings and reduced carbon footprint

  • Leads to improved patient outcomes

  • Improves operational efficiency

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