What we do

We provide information for individualized Emergency Care Units (ECU).  These high-technology mobile ambulances optimize all conditions where time to treatment determines outcome and minimize transportation concerns. Teleconference and vehicle extensions allow non emergency hospital, dental, veterinary, educational and
industrial use. Advice on 10 culture Development Program is complex and a separate issue.

1) The CT scanner is the largest piece of equipment in an ECU. We offer advice on the multiple choices that exist, from earlier models to the latest 256 multislice scanners. Mobility as in the German Schlaganfalls-Rettungswagen (mobile stroke units) is crucial. BodyTom is the most light weight CT currently used; but is only 32 slice, insufficient for heart scans. Consideration of evolving engineering use. MRI is currently not the modality of choice in most situations, due to the inflexibility of larger mobile units and longer scanning time.

2) Ultrasound recommendations vary from portable to full sized scanners. Critical in emergency situations and providing medical preventative screening at your convenience. For example abdominal aneurysms can be excluded at the beach party or ankle-brachial index assessments (stroke risk) performed at the conference. Zoological and industrial utilization.

3) X–ray opinions cover medical, dental and trade applications.

4) Other  medical equipment as listed on this website, plus pediatric or neonatal requirements, need to be discussed and arranged. Private ECU will require their specialists recommendations.  Individual requirements might include a blood bank in patients at risk of hemorrhage. Non medical tools and military specifications as requested.

5) Telemedicine gives instant access to your chosen medical specialists. It also allows opinions when circadian rhythms affect performance. An awake neuroradiologist in California may be preferable to a sleeping one in London. Second opinions improve patient treatment. For example thrombolytic concerns due to hypertension in acute stroke, may be overridden by Houston neurologists‘ experience, resulting in improved outcomes. Teleconference facilities.

6) Paramedics offer training for your family and staff so they react appropriately in medical emergencies. However ECUs philosophy is to allow medical services by untrained personnel.

7) Transport issues to be considered are wheel base height, legal matters and security.

8) ECU includes preventative  medicine.  An advanced atherocslerotic disease screen (heart attack and strokes), nocturnal stroke detection, biometric monitoring, electric potential sensors, Toto‘s intelligent toilet, CT , ultrasound and other screening as requested by your doctors. Stroke preventing toilet, clothing and furniture is the beginning of continuous unobtrusive heart monitoring. Agronomic and environmental health.

9) Personal analgesia gives you total pain relief and anxiolytics with minutes. Anti emetics may be less predictable.

10) Alternative medicine as appropriate.

Commercial benefits are listed separately.