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Emergency services can now conne ...

Posted Nov 10 2008 4:20pm

Emergency services can now connect with the Philips HeartStart MRx using standard blue tooth technology...so if you have one, your information can be accessed by an emergency response team that has the wireless gateway...BD 

In Motion Technology, a specialist in vehicle area networks for public safety organizations, has announced that its onBoard Mobile Gateway is now Bluetooth compatible with the Philips HeartStart MRx monitor/defibrillator, allowing paramedics in the field to wirelessly send patient data to hospitals and caregivers without the use of cell phones, modems or expensive wireless adaptors. image

“In Motion’s Bluetooth-enabled onBoard Mobile Gateway is a simple, cost-effective and seamless way for first responders to send ECG data while in transit to hospitals,” said In Motion’s CEO Kirk Moir. “It is an effective hands-free, highly reliable solution for situations where seconds count.”In Motion’s onBoard Mobile Gateway handles not only ECG information but also data from a full range of first responder devices, including laptops running electronic patient care reporting, computer aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location, surveillance cameras, RFID devices and emergency vehicle diagnostic tools.

Mobile Gateway For ECG Data

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