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Medulance Healthcare Launches 5G Ambulance With Jio

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Emergency Medical Response Service Provider Medulance Healthcare has launched a 5G- Smart connected ambulance in association with Reliance Jio, the country’s biggest telecom operator. The vehicle is equipped with cameras and smart devices that allow real-time, two-way audio and video communication, high-definition footage transmission, ambulance location tracking, and real-time streaming of patient health data to a distant doctor over the high-speed 5G network. This helps in alerting the nearest hospital and staff to better manage the patient on arrival and save critical time. Medulance Healthcare ambulance connected with high speed 5 G aims to revolutionize the landscape of emergency healthcare in rural India by connecting an ambulance to a hospital, almost anywhere in the country.

Commenting on the launch, Ravjot Arora, Co-Founder, Medulance Healthcare, said: “In this ever-changing technological landscape, the healthcare industry needs to stay adaptable to fully leverage the wave of 5G. By integrating 5G with other leading technologies, we can radically transform traditional patient care. Real-time data relay and monitoring can be lifesaving in medical emergency cases. The 5G promises to provide essential levels of connectivity to enable a new health ecosystem, which not only meets the needs of the provider and the patient, but also makes the healthcare network more accurate, efficient, convenient, cost-effective and sustainable. This partnership with Jio is a step towards achieving the same.”

Medulance launches 5G-enabled ambulance in partnership with Jio

The 5G ambulance by Medulance allows real-time transmission of patient’s vitals and other health data from the vehicle directly to the hospital, from where doctors can instruct the paramedic staff through a seamless digital connection. With this, the patient can be administered treatment even during the commute to the hospital, within the critical ‘golden hour’ when prompt medical attention can save someone’s life, especially in medical emergencies like heart attack, brain stroke, or accidents and trauma. The ambulance also promises to be a boon to patients in rural and remote areas located far away from healthcare facilities.

Mohit Soni
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