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Cardiac Arrest Response

Rapid Response Teams (RRT) have revolutionised acute care. But getting the right people and equipment to an emergency requires sophisticated technology. Manual alerts and interventions just aren’t quick and flexible enough. What’s needed are automated alerts—messages sent directly to RRT members, and routed to other members if the user is busy.

Initiate, manage, track and continuously enhance automated alerts for rapid-response teams. Avoid the risks and delays of manual administration. Minimize response times, while gaining a permanent record of key response performance indicators. Ascom Activate response team management solutions let dispatchers communicate with and update team members as events unfold. The solutions can also be simultaneously deployed at multiple sites. This means a single dispatcher can receive and manage emergency calls from several hospitals at once—cutting costs during off-peak hours

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Each solution typically involves a combination of infrastructure, software—usually Ascom Unite software—and mobile devices such as the Android-based Ascom Myco smartphone. Each element is integrated into a solution that delivers smooth collaboration and communication between individual caregivers and care teams.

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