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Feasibility study on the implementation of a mobile telemedicine system within private ambulance companies, in conjunction with SAMU-Centre 15, in the context of the emergency. Ohannessian R, Delelis-Fanien H, Magimel-Pelonier E, Guenezan J, Marjanovic N, Mimoz O

European Research in Telemed 2017;6(1):31

Feasibility and reliability of ambulance telemedicine.

Perceived improvement in the quality of regulation

No technical failure over 6 months of use.

Interest of telemedicine embedded in private ambulances as an aid to medical regulation in the SAMU. Retrospective study of 66 files over 2 months. Delelis-Fanien H, Magimel-Pelonier E, Dubocage M, Mimoz O, Guenezan J.

Communication Congrès Urgences 2017

Modification of the regulatory decision in nearly 25% of cases thanks to ambulance emergency telemedicine.

Better care and guidance in the right care pathway

Influence of a system of teletransmission of ECGs by private ambulance drivers on the pre-hospital management of chest pain and discomfort. Retrospective study of 111 cases at the SAMU de la Vienne (86). Perrault S. Thèse Médecine Poitiers. 2017 The implementation of a pre-hospital ECG via the Nomadeec solution in private ambulances modifies the regulatory decision in 27% of cases.

In 4 months: 11 coronary syndromes were “caught up” and treated, despite an atypical presentation in regulation. 8 of them were able to benefit from re-vascularization within a period of < 90 min.

Potential medico-economic impact of a generalisation of ambulance telemedicine for pre-hospital emergencies in France. Ohannessian R, Yaghobian S. Télémédecine 360

Communication congrès SFT 2017

The financing by the Health Insurance of an ambulance telemedicine system could allow a saving of at least 35 M€, associated with a better quality of care. hypothesis to be verified by an intervention study with medico-economic evaluation.
Emergency telemedicine and home hospitalization: a solution to the problem of permanent care? Bordenave C. Rouxel L. Reich Pain E. Hernandez V.

Communication congrès SFT 2017

Mémoire DIU télémédecine 2017.

In the context of the HAH MoU, telemedicine appears to be a promising solution. To date, nearly 10% of HAH patients are hospitalized in an emergency during their journey, often against their initial wishes. A significant number of these hospitalizations seem to be preventable in this way.
Automatic detection of drug names on prescription photographs: development and evaluation of a computer tool. Bel-Létoile A, Rouxel L, Goehrs C, Létinier L, Thiao-Layel B. Communication congrès SFT 2017. Feasibility and performance of automatic drug detection on prescription photographs taken by first aiders. First step in the implementation of an automated analysis of drug interactions, as an aid to the practice of the tele-expert physician.

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