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DELTASS - Disaster emergency logistic telemedicine advanced satellites system: Telemedical services for disaster emergencies

Item Type:Article
Title:DELTASS - Disaster emergency logistic telemedicine advanced satellites system: Telemedical services for disaster emergencies
Creators Name:Graschew, G. and Roelofs, T.A. and Rakowsky, S. and Schlag, P.M. and Lieber, A. and Muller, U. and Czymek, R. and Dusel, W.
Abstract:In the Disaster Emergency Logistic Telemedicine Advanced Satellites Systems (DELTASS) project, a disaster scenario was analysed and an appropriate telecommunication system for effective rescue measures for victims was set up. OP 2000 has designed various telemedical services for the support of the medical staff in a Mobile Field Hospital (MFH), which can be located in a disaster area by experts in a Reference Hospital (RH) located outside a disaster area. These services use a Workstation for Telemedical Applications via Satellite (WoTeSa) and Wavelet-based interactive Video Communication System (WinVicos) for the telemedical communication at the required quality, given the satellite bandwidth of 2 Mbit sec-1. Thus medical experts in the RH can support medical treatments in the MFH as well as a quick and reliable decision on to which hospital a victim/patient needs to be evacuated in order to get the best medical service (early triage).
Keywords:Emergency Medicine, Interactive Live Teleconsultation, Live Telemonitoring, Live Telesonography, Live Telesurgery, Satellite Based Networks, Telemedical Services, Telemedicine, Telecommunications, Rescue Measures, Medical Support, Disaster Management, Emergency Management, Wavelet, Interactive Video, Early Triage
Source:International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management
ISSN:1466-8297
Publisher:Inderscience Enterprises Ltd (U.K.)
Volume:9
Number:4
Page Range:351-366
Date:2008
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1504/IJRAM.2008.020418

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