STEMI Use Cases

Faster Time to Treatment

How can you improve your door-to-treatment times?

The American Heart Association’s guidelines recommend a door-to-balloon (D2B) time of 90 minutes or less.

To save critical time, improve metrics and assure the best possible patient outcomes, EMS, hospital emergency departments, and acute care teams need rapid access to 12-leads and patient information.

Fast secure mobile telehealth and team communications with data and live ETA enables life-saving preparation before the patient even arrives.

Watch this video that demonstrates how a real customer using GD’s eBridge helped save a man’s life!

STEMI Care, Faster Time to Treatment

At General Devices (GD), our goal is to make help healthcare teams lifesaving work easier and more efficient while helping you cut costs. Download our STEMI Telehealth Brochure today to learn more.

Quickly and easily coordinate STEMI care

Our highly configurable solutions facilitate and accelerate STEMI workflow and management from first medical contact by EMS all the way to cath lab intervention. With HIPAA secure messaging, live video telehealth, and one-touch alerts, the STEMI Module reduces bottlenecks and constraints.  Coordinators can track time-stamped case data and documentation for reporting and quality review. Your process, optimized your way.


Proven success


  • Improved D2B times
  • Fewer false cath lab activations
  • Cost savings
  • Faster, easier communication of case goals to the entire team in real-time

After implementing GD e-Bridge, Baystate Medical Center in Western Massachusetts saw


Reduction in average D2B time


Increase in the number of STEMI activations initiated en route by EMS, instead of after arrival at the hospital.


Saved $8,000 by eliminating other 12-lead management software

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