Does this sound familiar? A patient is bleeding out and needs an X-ray and an operation. While the patient is being wheeled from X-ray to the emergency room and to the theatre, the medical staff are busy making a lot of calls. Send for blood, order lab tests, reserve the operating theatre.
This can take too much time.
Communication over TETRA has helped save lives around the world, but still people have wrong ideas about it. Real-life experiences in hospitals have busted common myths about TETRA radio communication in medical care.
Learn the truth from this myth-busting guide on 5 wrong ideas about TETRA in hospitals:
Doctor Heljä Vänni from a Finnish hospital reveals her view on the foremost advantage from using Virve TETRA radios.MORE TESTIMONIAL VIDEOS
See if you can adopt the use of the nationwide public safety radio network for your critical communications.
TETRA radios from Airbus are easy to use and proven with an excellent track record. For example -
Each year, Finland’s North Karelia hospital deals with around 54 trauma cases where up to five patients will need treatment. Using TETRA radio communications has cut the time taken to deal with each case by 20 minutes on average. It has also saved medics around 500 hours a year.
More lives are saved too.
Learn more about life-saving communications for medical teams - download this success story:
The nurses and doctors who have adopted radios would not go back to using cell phones, and this blog post explains why.
When you are looking for a very small TETRA radio, the TH1n slimline is a great choice for you. Like all TETRA radios from Airbus DS, it is easy to use and proven with an excellent track record.
Or why not consider Tactilon Dabat, which is both a smartphone and a TETRA radio?
When introducing TETRA radios to hospitals, certain steps are essential. These 5+1 tips from an expert can help you with your project, too.
Two-way pagers at a hospital can alert staff and show who’s available. Active, two-way paging on the P8GR TETRA pager could improve the level of care that your hospital provides.
Learn more about a paging trial at a Finnish hospital - download this: