With the motto “Patient Care Anywhere”, it’s no surprise that the Clarius wireless ultrasound system has been a great fit for TEAAM Aeromedical. The not-for-profit society is comprised of advanced care and primary care paramedics, emergency physicians, nurses, technical rescue specialists, and other mountain professionals dedicated to providing pre-hospital care and transport in austere, remote settings.
Having Clarius in our pocket has strengthened our decision making. It has allowed us to make stronger treatment plans and transport decisions. It’s just absolutely benefited our patient care,” says Miles Randell, a helicopter rescue paramedic who is also the president of TEAAM Aeromedical.
TEAAM’s medical/rescue crew is always on standby during daylight hours and ready to respond within minutes to a call for assistance from patients at industrial sites, forestry operations, and marine environments. Once on the scene, they are prepared to provide urgent medical care to allow for quick and safe transport to a healthcare facility.
We’re able to actually physically see inside a patient and see if they’re bleeding, or see if they’ve got a pneumothorax, see if their heart’s actually beating,” Miles explains. “That allows us to make good, strong decisions for the benefit of the patient, not only with treatment plans, but also with destination choices.”
Watch our 2-minute video interview to hear about TEAAM’s experience with the Clarius C3 HD3 multipurpose ultrasound scanner.
Clarius for Emergency Medical Services
When every second counts, trained EMS professionals are relying on Clarius wireless ultrasound to expedite diagnosis and triage, and better manage critically ill patients before they reach the hospital. One-touch live telemedicine with hospital clinicians provides a second opinion and prepares the ER for triage.