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Mitaka Project

By 4 December 2020December 14th, 2020No Comments

At “Artale” Base in Cecchignola, took place the presentation of a new telemedicine system called Mitaka (Military – Tablet Aid – Kombat Area) that will allow the study and monitoring of the patient by the military rescuer; it is an aid to face emergencies both in operating scenarios and at home during training activities.

The presentation took place at the Military Health and Veterinary School of the Army, in the presence of the General of the Army Corps, Federico Marmo, Commander of the Inspectorate General of Military Health (IGESAN) during the National Conference “The Emergency System in Italy”, organized by the Italian Federation of Emergency Medicine and Catastrophes (FIMEUC) on 29 and 30 November.

It is a technological tool created thanks to the collaboration with “In Manibus Meis”, an Italian company that develops software and hardware for interventions in major emergencies. A device of last generation still at the experimental level that soon could be adopted by the Defense Forces to significantly facilitate the first rescue operations to the wounded.