Headset that leaves paramedics' hands free
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The headset will be designed to give first responders the ability to share and access patient data more easily, saving time and improving patient care.
The head-worn device will feature a camera and microphone. The applications will be voice controlled, so the responder can look up patient records and enter new patient data by voice alone, and the camera will provide direct video communication between the responder and medical staff, allowing the experts to assess the situation and give advice in real-time.
The headset will also let the responder keep their hands free, transmitting and receiving important information while keeping to the immediate task of tending to the patient.