Thailand Emergency Medical Research Institute Opened A Group Discussion Forum To Propose A Google AML Emergency Communication Technology

- Jul 02, 2019-

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Thailand Emergency Medical Research Institute (SPDC) opens a panel discussion forum to provide "modern medical emergency system technology innovation" to develop emergency medical service systems for patients to prepare OIS innovations, including helping emergency patients from the source to the destination to contact the medical director. Prepare to sync. Google opens Advanced Mobile Location (AML) on the phone. The location of the emergency patient can be sent via regular telephone even if there is no application
 
On June 3, 2019, at the 13th National Emergency Medical Symposium, titled "A New Era of Emergency Medicine in Thailand" in 2019 (National EMS Forum 2019: Next Generation Conference Program) Special dialogue technology was provided in the new era of emergency medical systems 'Ems System Technology Innovation' and loudspeakers in emergency medical systems as speakers.

Pairoj Bunsirikhamchai, deputy secretary-general of the Thai Institute of Emergency Medicine, said that the development of communication and information technology as part of the success of emergency medical systems, due to past problems and obstacles to emergency assistance, especially people, the government must accelerate the development of all citizens so that Opportunity to obtain emergency medical services thoroughly and equally. At the same time, in a preventive way, our common development is very important. By developing both, the most necessary to help strengthen development is technology. In every region, we have many emergency doctors. If different people don't help the same system we need to develop a central system. Allow private access to public shared areas

The Deputy Secretary of the Thai Emergency Medicine Institute added that in that development, SPDC relied on many government agencies to provide knowledge. Helping to think about innovations to develop real-time digital systems, providing more effective emergency medical services such as image, voice and video Internet communications, providing assistance to people with disabilities. Heard provides emergency medical services interpreting through sign language. Even foreigners can use the translation system without translating or remote areas, we will have satellite systems, Internet radio systems to support the work of employees, all of which require all departments to consider using the central system together.


“The resulting system will encourage doctors to help patients. Currently, we have developed a CIS system where people can know the coordinates of the patient simply by calling on the regular phone without going through the application. The error is only 7 meters. There is a telemetry system on the ambulance. Every ambulance must have a GPS system installed. All of these are called OIS operating systems and can be connected to a doctor. The doctor will know the vital signs or the patient's heart disease. The doctor will see the patient through the camera. The system can pull the fingerprint to view the patient's health information, and the doctor will provide this information to the patient in a timely manner,” Pairoj said.

Natthanan Thadpitakkul, a researcher at the Thai Centre for Electronics and Computer Technology, said the current emergency medical care has expanded to a greater extent, especially in the United States. It will be key words from voice to video call and then become text or data. It is important that disabled or blind people can be thoroughly accessed and not only foreign visitors can access translations. In Thailand, the first thing we have to do is the call center system, we must be able to include video calls and maintenance support systems to work with the original system to increase efficiency.

However, emergency notifications are important for understanding geographic location. For example, in a foreign country, an AML system or automatic movement coordinates will be sent to help resolve this issue. For example, in the case of a climber, assistance is requested when calling an emergency number, and if the original system cannot know the coordinates, the line has been cut or lost, but automatic coordinate recognition is very useful when the AML system is present. The applicant dials the medical emergency number, and although the call is missing, the contact will know the coordinates immediately.
Professor Asanee Kantrakul, Director of the Center for Professional Knowledge and Engineering at Kasetsart University, said.