Danish medico company in high tech ambulance initiative  

2003.02.25
Jutland based medico company Judex has developed a unique patient record and communication system for pre-hospital treatment in ambulances

The Jutland-based medico company Judex has developed a unique patient record and communication system for pre-hospital treatment in ambulances. The new equipment has been developed together with Aalborg Hospital and the Danish emergency services provider Falck. Judex’s software is coupled to telecommunication equipment in the ambulance which enables paramedics at the scene of an accident to draw on data which the hospital may already have for the accident victim e.g. chronic diseases.

 

Using headsets the paramedics can also make contact with a doctor who can relay treatment instructions on route to the hospital, and who can also decide on the basis of information provided whether the patient should be taken to a local or a larger hospital. The system is currently being tested in an ambulance in north Jutland. According to the director of Judex the aim is to make the system a standard feature of every ambulance in Denmark, and also to export the system abroad. The news is reported in daily newspaper Jyllands-Posten.

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