We, in Medicall Ambulance Service, are known for our willingness to source and invest in new technology and innovative techniques to deliver the safest services possible. We continuously seek out new and improved diagnostic, therapeutic and patient comfort equipment from across the world.
Recent examples of this unique approach to top class service delivery include:
The Lifepac 15
The Lifepack 15 cardiac monitor/defibrillator has 12-lead ECG capabilities and can provide ST-trending for STEMI patients – allowing early detection of potentially life threatening changes in a patient’s cardiac condition. The device is also capable of cardio-version, pacing, monitoring of SPO2, carbon monoxide and methemoglobin levels and provides non-invasive blood pressure monitoring – all on board an ambulance on its way to an Emergency Department.
The Lifepac 15 also provides the facility for the ambulance crew to transmit details of a patients cardiac condition direct to the Cardiac Consultant’s iPhone at the Receiving Hospital/Facility enabling speedy diagnosis and care planning to commence as early as possible.
Electrically Operated Stretchers
Medicall Ambulance was the first ambulance service in Europe to introduce the Stryker MXPro electrically operated ambulance stretcher. With a 318kg/700lb capacity, these stretchers can safely assist with bariatric patients while vastly improving patient and crew safety in all circumstances by removing the need for crews to physically lift a patient.
Intra-aortic Balloon Pump Locking System and Back-Up Power Supply
In co-operation with major cardiac catheterisation laboratory staff, Medicall Ambulance Service have designed a patented locking system which safely secures these vital devices during emergency transports. Cleverly designed to keep pump and stretcher from seperating at all stages of these critical transfers, this system is unique to Medicall Ambulance and is not available to our competitors.
All our vehicles are fitted with inverters allowing us to provide 220/240v power supply during the transport. This removes the need to rely on battery power alone, provides system redundancy and vastly improves patient safety.
Why not call us to discuss your facility’s patient transport needs today?