In less than 150 seconds the emergency staff on the ambulance can know if the patient just taken on board with a generic “chest pains” is suffering from a severe heart attack or can instead be treated without any hemodynamic interventions.

Thus Ares staff can immediately know which hospital heading to, with screaming sirens, to save a patient’s life. From mid-December 2016 to January 31 2022, the regional system which sends the EKGs from the ambulance to the Telemed reference hospitals, “has saved – according to the Region – over 300 people”. The data of the first report about the functionality of this new system confirm its high usefulness and effectiveness to ensure timely rescue.

Published On: Thursday 17 November 2022