With over 30 years experience in cardiology and in close collaboration with users, Ortivus has developed MobiMed, the leading solution for patient moni-toring and record keeping in prehospital care. With MobiMed, ambulance per-sonnel can monitor, analyse and in real-time share the patient’s vital parame-ters when out in the field. MobiMed facilitates diagnosis, provides safer care and saves time in critical situations.The modularity and flexibility of the sys-tem are crucial to facilitate the ambulance staff’s broad mission..

We work with continouos development, making sure MobiMed is the natural choice of tomorrows’ prehospital care

Proven monitor with a total weight of only 2.5kg

Modular and flexible

Two-way communication and real-time sharing of vital parameters

Unique diagnostic ECG quality for prehospital care

Light-weight expertise at hand

Our users have taught us that flexibility, simplicity and quality are crucial for increased efficiency and patient safety. MobiMed is a robust system that can be easily adapted to operations needs and daily challenges. The modularity gives paramedics the possibility to bring only the equipment that is really needed and in this way the work can be optimized.

MobiMed monitor

With a total weight of 2.5kg, the MobiMed monitor can easily be taken out into the field.

MobiMed AED-module

A defibrillator is not always needed, but when it is, it is often crucial. Ortivus offers differ-ent defibrillator models as modules to be added as needed.

MobiMed journal

The MobiMed journal provides paramedics with a structured workflow and support that improves the clinical decision-making process. Data from the MobiMed monitor can be transferred automatically to the patient record, which reduces the administrative burden and focus can instead be placed on the patient.


Seamless communication for the continuum of care

With its API based on HL7 FHIR, MobiMed can integrate into most systems and share real-time information with all devices used in the care chain. It enables a coherent flow of information from the ambulance all the way to the hospital. The fact that all actors in the care chain can share and have updated information available is important to save time, make the right priorities and ultimately provide the best possible care. With data available for specialists at a distance, a lot of care can be provided on-site and unnecessary hospital transports can be avoided.

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