Are you ready for when the ambulance arrives?
More accurate and efficient Trauma patient decisions!
• Proactively prepare labs, trauma teams and equipment to accelerate care by reducing bottlenecks and time.
• Online medical control via video teleconsultation from hospital specialists to EMS in the field.
• Smoother patient handoff, quickly and accurately as the ED is already up to speed on the patient
• Begin treatment immediately upon arrival – thereby shortening door to needle time.
• EMS data captured flows right to the ED and specialists.
• Compliance to your teams and trauma accreditations
All GD e-Bridge WorkFLOW™ templates are highly configurable, allowing flexibility to operate protocols your way, ensuring maximum effectiveness to better outcomes.
IMPROVING TRAUMA CASE DATA WITH MOBILE TELEMEDICINE
Telemedicine will become a major tool in trauma care and trauma education. Trauma resuscitation can be performed successfully and safely using telemedicine principles, when guided by and under direct supervision of a trauma surgeon. Furthermore, major trauma centers can render direct help in primary resuscitation of trauma victims to small hospitals without trauma specialists, potentially reduce cost, prevent unnecessary transfers, and promote early transfer when indicated to Level I trauma centers. There is a need for investment in technology and creation of substantial networks and for creativity among trauma surgeons, emergency medicine physicians and other healthcare workers providing care to trauma and injured patients.
- Consistent registry entries
- Process Improvement for trauma patient intervention and flow
- Feedback and benchmarking
- Communication with EMS on outcome data
- Continued education and training for trauma teams and EMS officials based on trend report and time studies
- EMS transfer and follow up performed easier
- Consistency in working protocols
Trauma events to monitor & Capture
- Airway intervention
- GCS, Assessments
- Extremity and environment events
- Mechanism of injury
- Photo/ video documentation of scene, MOI
- Vitals and ECG sharing
- Transfer notes/ approvals
- Level I, II or III activations
- Physiological Criteria
- Anatomical Criteria
- Surgeon or physician request
- Other considerations / requests
Virtually place physicians at the trauma scene