LifeBot Announces the World's First "Virtual Ambulance" Telemedicine Crash Cart System
Phoenix, AZ, USA, February 7, 2012: LifeBot, LLC announced that it is introducing the world's first Multi Function Telemedicine Emergency Crash Cart systam at HIMSS in Las Vegas February 20 - 23 with Hewlett Packard. LifeBot will also be displaying the DREAMS™ Digital Ambulance Emergency EMS telemedicine system at the Gathering of Eagles meeting in Dallas the same week on February 24 - 25.
To read more about the technologies click on the link below to view LifeBot's February Newsletter.
The Disaster Relief and Emergency Medical Services (DREAMS™) Ambulance was developed by a consortium of scientists, medical professionals, and engineers from the Texas A&M University System and the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and was funded by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command before being licensed to LifeBot. The Texas Center for Applied Technology researchers were responsible for the design, setup, testing, and integration of medical equipment, communications hardware, and softwre in the Digital EMS ambulance.