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In total, since 2018, doctors in the Moscow ambulance have performed more than 1.5 million ECGs.

For two years now, digital technologies have allowed ambulance doctors to transmit an electrocardiogram for decryption via a wireless communication channel. This makes it possible to save time, improve the quality of diagnostics and quickly begin treatment. Since 2018, emergency physicians have performed over 1.5 million ECGs.

“The digitalization of the social complex of Moscow, including healthcare, is one of our priorities in our work. Digital technologies make it possible to automate a number of processes, speeding up the receipt of the result, which is especially important in the provision of emergency medical care. That is why, two years ago, we equipped ambulances with new cardiographs that allow remote ECG decoding, ”she said.

Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

Previously, doctors had to consult a cardiologist by phone, wasting precious time. Today, thanks to digitalization, this process is taking place in a completely different way.

“In a fraction of a second, the electrocardiogram is sent to the server of the cardiological console via a wireless communication channel. It is promptly received by a cardiologist, transcribed and sent to the team. This helps to save time and get started with treatment as soon as possible. Digital technologies have allowed us to improve the quality of emergency medical care. In just two years, more than 1.5 million ECGs have been performed, ”she added.

Today, all teams of the capital’s ambulance are equipped with new cardiographs. They allow you to quickly get the results of the cardiogram, not only in an ambulance, but also anywhere when necessary.

“With complex cardiac arrhythmias, the diagnosis can be challenging. Often in such situations, minutes are counted. Technologies come to the aid of ambulance medical workers, thanks to which, for example, ECG transmission occurs in seconds. Thus, the ambulance team has more time to assess the patient’s condition, carry out diagnostics, and deliver to the desired hospital, depending on the profile of the disease, ”said the head physician

Ambulance and emergency medical stations named after A.S. Puchkova Nikolay Plavunov.

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Ambulance and emergency medical care station named after A.S. Puchkova is the largest medical organization in the city. It includes 60 substations and 107 posts, of which 20 posts are located on major highways, 10 on the Moscow Ring Road and 77 on the territory of hospitals and outpatient medical organizations. At the Ambulance Station named after A.S. Puchkov employs 2,500 doctors, 8,400 specialists with secondary medical education.

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