In emergency situations, time is everything. Current rescue operations are still characterized by several negative factors such as unstructured and (linguistically) sequential information transfer. In addition, both the lack of basic knowledge regarding the emergency and the absence of a suitable tool for closing incomplete logging and quality assurance hinder the introduction of more efficient mission management. This especially hinders optimal patient preparation and treatment in the hospital as well as the neglect of the logging obligation.
MEDEA supports and accelerates the care of emergency patients for emergency physicians and hospitals. The innovative information system optimizes the bidirectional information flow of digitally secured data between the emergency physician and the target hospital and thus initiates a continuous information chain, which extends from alerting the Red Cross to billing the health insurance company.
All medically relevant data is logged in the program via laptop directly at the scene of the incident. For example, in addition to the patient's personal data, symptoms, medication and all initial measures taken are recorded precisely.
For this purpose, the emergency physician is equipped with a particularly robust laptop, which is used for all rescue missions. The device can even be dropped into water without being damaged and can also withstand severe shocks.