The first aided reality-enabled 5G smart ambulance has been unveiled in the nation by Aster Medcity, Kochi, a division of Aster DM Healthcare. The team at Apothecary Medical Services, which offers critical care solutions, created this ambulance using the most recent 5G satellite technology.
With live point of care (POC) devices, Aster's 5G smart ambulance functions as a mobile emergency room and allows for immediate patient screening and diagnosis. At a Medcity ceremony in Thiruvananthapuram.
A crash cart door that can be accessible from the outside, Wi-Fi-linked biomedical gadgets that broadcast real-time dynamic data to specialists in the control room, and connected aided reality smart glasses for live professional support are all features of the ambulance. The point-of-care gadgets in the ambulance send patient data, such as blood gases, internal haemorrhage images, ECG, stethoscope sounds, etc., to the control room. Live access to specialist support is made possible by 5G satellite streaming technology, leading to earlier specialist involvement, improved support for junior physicians, and better treatment decisions.
The Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) and Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP) are meant to be loaded together in the 5G-enabled ambulance for the transfer of critically ill patients. One of the ambulance's most remarkable characteristics is its air suspension technology, which allows it to reduce its height and offer patients improved comfort without any jolts.
Additionally, for improved communication between the patient and the medical staff, the ambulance has smart glass windows instead of curtains or papers. The ambulance is distinctive in the ambulance sector due to its centrally located patient stretcher and on-live connected gadgets.
Aster DM Healthcare is a commercial healthcare service provider with operations in seven GCC and Indian nations.