Part of "smart resuscitation" is a telemedicine system, with the help of which physicians will be able to receive prompt consultations from doctors, including those from other clinics.
The same service will allow establishing video communication between patients and relatives, which will help solve the problem of access to intensive care.
"Smart resuscitation" involves constant monitoring of the condition of patients in intensive care units and intensive care units.
We are talking about installing overview cameras, as well as collecting data from bedside monitors and ventilators on a single platform.
The recording will be carried out continuously - 24/7.
This will allow organizing an online observation post for doctors on duty, who can use the player to switch from patient to patient.
It is also noted that the system involves constant monitoring of the vital signs of patients.
In addition to video surveillance, online posts of doctors on duty will be organized, as well as a system of teleconsultations and communication with relatives.
The pilot is planned to be launched in a new children's hospital in Tomsk, the construction of which will be completed in 2022, said Kirill Zaputryaev, a developer of the project, a participant in the NTI Healthnet.Keywords: patient, intensive care, system, russia, project, telemedicine system, staff, activity, help, video communication, monitoring, kirill zaputryaev, service, press service, resuscitation