PR: Telemedicine – well-connected in emergencies


Every second counts in an emergency: First aiders, rescuers and hospital staff need to work hand in hand and act quickly to save the life of an injured person. This is not always easy, for example when an ambulance or an emergency physician cannot be on site in time. Telemedicine steps in as an additional member of the chain of survival at this point.

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Article last time updated on 13.07.2018.

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