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 on their phones. Send for blood, order lab tests, reserve the operating theatre.
This can take too much time.
Did you know that there’s a better way? Instead of phones, you and other medical professionals could use professional radios for your daily communications.
Communication over TETRA has helped save lives around the world, and real-life experiences in hospitals have busted common myths about radio communication in medical care.
Jouni Kemppainen from Airbus gives three valuable tips for hospitals and medical teams on how they can improve their communications.
Still not sure if radio communication is right for you?
Learn the truth about TETRA in hospitals and how to introduce TETRA to hospitals - download these documents:
Using TETRA in hospitals can bring great benefits. But how do you go about it?
Tomi Pekkonen, Manager for Social and Healthcare VIRVE network, Hospital district of Helsinki and Uusimaa (Finland), gives us his top tips.
Do you believe this myth? "Healthcare organisations need only a few authority radios to use if and when there is a major incident."
You should not! Learn the facts about TETRA radio communication in hospitals and in medical care. Download this guide now!
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.
Doctor Heljä Vänni from a Finnish hospital reveals her view on the foremost advantage from using Virve TETRA radios.
Kenneth Nilsson is an emergency nurse in a Finnish hospital. On this video, he gives several practical examples of things they can now do without making any phone calls.
Your hospital could manage emergency care more efficiently using TETRA radio communications. Medical teams should check the TH1n slimline which is very small and lightweight:
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.
Download an article to learn more about a paging trial at a Finnish hospital:
Do you want to learn more about the use of TETRA radios or TETRA paging in a hospital environment?
Comms for medical teams / 19 March 2020