Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series ＃6）
The first part: TXP Medical aims to build a next-generation emergency medical system
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As an emergency physician, it can be one of the most strenuous tasks to deal with patients ranging from minor illnesses to severe emergencies after hours and at night.
I am not an emergency doctor, so I am not always in charge of the emergency room, but I often must deal with patients never seen before on the night shift. I start with “What are your symptoms today?” and it takes a lot of time to start from scratch, asking questions such as checking your previous illnesses and medications you are taking. While I was doing this, I had to deal with critically ill patients brought to the emergency room at the same time. In the case of critically ill patients, there is not enough time to interview the patient and proceed immediately to examination, testing, diagnosis, and treatment due to the alteration of vital signs. It is a world where a patient can get sick while we are interviewing them, and a patient can suddenly change while asking their family about their illness.
TXP Medical Co. Ltd. is a startup revolutionizing emergency medical services with technology. The company's CEO, Tomohiro Sonoo MD, has more than ten years of experience in emergency medical services and is working to create a next-generation emergency medical system designed by doctors in the field.
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