What You Need to Know:
Philips, today revealed the launch of its
remote monitoring and defibrillator option (Tempus.
ALS) for pre-hospital settings in the U.S. The service is a complete.
end-to-end system that combines ingenious hardware and advanced software to.
expand the pre-hospital scope of look after first responders. The expert.
defibrillator (Tempus LS-Manual) is the final component of the general.
service to receive 510( k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
( FDA) and is now offered for sale in the U.S. market.
unique modular platform, the remote monitoring and defibrillator service ( Tempus.
ALS) consists of a remote portable important signs patient display (Tempus Pro),.
and remote professional defibrillator (Tempus LS-Manual). While the monitor and.
defibrillator can be used individually, the gadgets likewise link wirelessly to.
share data and move vitals, waveforms and images into Philips web-based.
software platform (IntelliSpace Corsium). The software platform offers.
robust, real-time transfer of clinical information and occasions, interactive ECG.
measurement, two-way communication and more, allowing rapid clinical and.
transport choice support and smooth electronic patient care recording.
( ePCR) combination outside the health center in emergency settings.
ALS with IntelliSpace Corsium.
— Solution delivers real-time bidirectional information transfer
for remote patient tracking, giving EMS responders a new technique to
Philips leadership in Emergency Care solutionsEarlier this year, Philips introduced its new emergency situation care.
informatics suite in the U.S. market, previously in use in Europe, helping.
care groups spot deadly conditions remotely, improve accuracy of.
assistance from on-scene teams, and enhance tailoring of in-hospital care based on.
pre-hospital physiology. In October 2019, Philips revealed a.
first-of-its-kind cooperation with Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (AAKSS) where.
helicopter Emergency Service (HEMS) teams had the ability to live stream client.
medical information from the scene to the health center through the Philips.
pre-hospital option. Philips provides a wide variety of emergency care offerings,.
consisting of automated external defibrillators (AEDs), advanced life support.
monitors, and more..
” In emergency situation scenarios, where seconds count, having access to sophisticated client information collection and sharing and real-time safe and secure data streaming, can assist notify confident treatment and transportation choices outside the hospital,” said Arman Voskerchyan, General Manager of Therapeutic Care at Philips. “The integrated remote monitoring and defibrillator option integrated with our web-based software platform will help front line responders supply emergency treatment, diagnosis, and care– consisting of defibrillation therapy, information management, and clinical and functional effectiveness functions– in a totally integrated service.”.
— Philips receives 510( k) clearance from the FDA for its pre-hospital
wireless tracking option (Tempus LS- Manual), now offering its remote
monitor and defibrillator option (Tempus ALS) to EMS clients in the U.S.
Emergencies and care events outside the hospital continue to increase, with an estimated 240 million calls made to 9-1-1 in the U.S. each year. In an effort to deal with these difficulties, both components of the Philips remote monitoring and defibrillator (Tempus ALS) service are designed with a little, rugged outside and a long-lasting battery to enable emergency medical service providers to focus on caring for the client without the hassle or diversion of large equipment.