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Feasibility study on the implementation of a mobile telemedicine system within private ambulance companies, in conjunction (EMS/911), in the context of emergency medicine 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 triage

No technical failure over a 6-month period

Benefit of embedded telemedicine in private ambulances as an aid to EMS command center triage and patient orientation. 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 triage and orientation decisions in nearly 25% of cases thanks to emergency telemedicine in ambulances.

Better patient orientation and care delivery

Impact of having a system of ECG teletransmission by private paramedics on pre-hospital care and management of chest pains and discomfort. Retrospective study of 111 cases at the EMS/911 service of the Vienne department (France). Perrault S. Thèse Médecine Poitiers. 2017 The implementation of ECGs done in pre-hospital care via the Nomadeec solution by private paramedics leads to modified triage and patient orientation in 27% of cases.

In 4 months: 11 coronary syndromes were “revised” and treated, despite an atypical presentation in triage. 8 of them were able to undergo re-vascularization within < 90 min.

Potential medical-economic impact of generalizing ambulance-embedded telemedicine on pre-hospital emergency care in France. Ohannessian R, Yaghobian S. Télémédecine 360

Communication congrès SFT 2017

Financing of embedded telemedicine solutions by the French Health Insurance could mean a savings of at least €35M, along with better care orientation and delivery. Hypothesis to be verified by an interventional study with medical-economic evaluation.
Emergency telemedicine and home-based healthcare: a solution to the challenges of long-term care? Bordenave C. Rouxel L. Reich Pain E. Hernandez V.

Communication congrès SFT 2017

Mémoire DIU télémédecine 2017.

In the context of long-term home-based healthcare, telemedicine appears to be a promising solution. To date, nearly 10% of home-based healthcare patients are hospitalized in an emergency, often against their initial wishes. A significant number of these hospitalizations seem to be preventable thanks to emergency telemedicine
Automatic detection of prescription drug names via prescription photographs: development and evaluation of a digital tool Bel-Létoile A, Rouxel L, Goehrs C, Létinier L, Thiao-Layel B. Communication congrès SFT 2017. Feasibility and performance of automatic prescription drug detection via prescription photographs taken by first-aid responders. First step in the implementation of an automated analysis of drug interactions, as an aid for the tele-expert physician.

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