Effective communication between ambulance personnel, paramedics and the hospital’s accident and emergency department ensures that accident victims receive the right treatment by first responders and at A&E.
IHM’s Multi Alert is used in emergency and critical situations when it is vital that a professional team is called out quickly and information is communicated fast. The hospital trauma team and the ambulance personnel can spend the time between the accident site and the trauma centre organising the action to be taken in the trauma department. The various professional groups can be called in and ready for action when the accident victim arrives at the hospital. This saves crucial minutes and ensures fast and effective treatment.
Effective treatment saves lives
Pre-defined teams are called to A&E in one simple operation. Everyone receives the same information, giving them the same basis for planning treatment. This ensures efficient work processes and treatment, which can ultimately make a vital difference.
The solution includes the following functions
- Alarm calls to the relevant trauma team with confirmation of receipt of the alarm
- Alarms, with clear and precise specification of alarm type
- Quick overview of who has received the alarm
- Alarms with group talk for informing the team
- Two-way communication with groups, and one-to-one communication
- Automatic logging of calls
- Redundancy (backup) with double server and duplicated system with reciprocal updating
The solution includes the following products
- IHM Multi Alert Software for Server
- IHM Multi Alert Software for Client
- IHM FWT – radio connection to the TETRA network (SINE)
- IHM TE10-41 Audio Box (option if you need speech communication)
- AIRBUS Th1n TETRA SINE, pocket radio with pager function
- Service agreement with 24/7/365 support
There are numerous solutions, both large and small, and all can be scaled up or down according to your specific requirements. Solutions include products such as IHM Multi Alert, IHM TE10-41 Audio Box and AIRBUS TH1n.