1st Responder Solutions for Emergency Care

Responder Emergency Trauma Hospital Solutions

Emergency Point of Care Solution

ViTel Net’s 1st Responder Point-of-Care solution is designed from the ground up to enable the EMT/paramedics who are treating and transporting a critically ill patient to communicate with the receiving hospital emergency department in order to hasten initiation of life-saving treatment.

The software facilitates the rapid entry of clinical information, transfers a record of the entire pre-hospital chain of events in real-time to clinicians at the receiving hospital, and includes the ability for remote physicians to see and talk directly with the patient in a live video session.

Responder Emergency Trauma Hospital Solutions

Responder Emergency Case

ViTel Net’s 1st Responder Emergency Case features a touch screen – ideal for the fast-paced environment of emergency medicine – and is EMS-specific, organized by areas of injury & patient’s symptoms. It includes integrated wired & Bluetooth-enabled medical devices and sensors and allows the collection and transmission of vital signs and other patient data in real-time.

The software enables the rapid entry of clinical information and transfers a record of the entire pre-hospital chain of events in real-time to clinicians at the receiving Emergency Department and can be easily uploaded into the patient’s EHR.

Responder Emergency Trauma Hospital Solutions

Emergency - Trauma Solution

ViTel Net’s Trauma/Emergency solution facilitates providing continuous patient monitoring and management capabilities to lower acuity hospitals lacking trauma or emergency medicine clinicians. Real-time data and diagnostic images give consulting emergency medicine clinicians critical information to guide staff at a lower acuity hospital allowing, appropriate patient stabilization prior to transport to a fully staffed hospital Emergency Department. These consultations, facilitated by ViTel Net’s real-time audio and video technologies and supported by information documentation, can also help guide patient management and potentially avoid unnecessary transport.

Vital signs are sent electronically in real-time along with a continuous video feed that can be switched between any attached medical devices with S-Video, HDMI or DVI-D connections. This allows streaming of live medical data, images, or video of procedures as they are being performed. The camera can be controlled on either end, allowing clinicians to examine all areas on the patient and provide consultation. Images are calibrated to give exact measurements, and areas of concern can be magnified for easier viewing.