Ridgefield, NJ, October 09, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- This crisis has now reached epidemic proportions. Furthermore, overdose patients are at significant risk of repeat visits to the ED as they are often discharged within 24 hours. With limited resources to afford outpatient treatment, many relapse almost immediately. This perpetual cycle of overdosing and treatment stresses the 911 system, takes paramedics out of rotation from treating others and can lead to death. Something needs to change. Digital medicine is an answer.
For more information on the GD (General Devices) case study:general-devices.com/improving-opioid-overdose-outcomes-with-prehospital-mobile-telemedicine/
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