The Search & Rescue project was presented at the EMS Glasgow Congress. Through innovation, involvement, and a creative approach, the congress provided the latest knowledge, showcased the newest equipment, and demonstrated best practices in the area of emergency care – from the citizen’s emergency call to pre-hospital care and all the way to definitive care including the emergency departments. The congress also contributed to the international exchange of experience and the development of new standards for emergency medical services and pre-hospital care. The aim of the European EMS congresses is to be a catalyst for future research, education, and product development, helping existing knowledge in the area to become more widespread and hence implemented, thus resulting in better treatment for the patients.

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