Smartphone app could boost medical assistance in emergencies

06/13/2013 | Healthcare IT News

The National Science Foundation announced the creation of a smartphone application that could be used by 911 operators to view emergency scenes and relay vital signs to first responders. The tool, which is in the pilot phase and was designed by a team of researchers from the University of North Texas, will be demonstrated at the National Emergency Number Association conference next week.

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