Author: Lee Mason

Ortus set to launch Insight

The Ortus Group is set to launch a new addition to their portfolio – Insight – web based real time asset monitoring, at this year’s RettMobil Exhibition in Fulda, Germany 16/18 May. Visit us on Stand C901. Find out more

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Revolutionary new AED joins the corpuls family

The new corpuls aed is a fully automated defibrillator, safely guiding experts and non experts through life saving resuscitation. This lightweight and compact device is ready for action whenever it is needed and operates from a powerful long life battery

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Yorkshire Ambulance Service Contract Win for The Ortus Group

The Ortus Group has won a long ranging Contract for the supply of pre hospital defibrillator monitors into rapid response vehicles and frontline ambulances, for the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS). The decision was made after a full evaluation process

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corpuls aed ready for action at the press of a button

The Ortus Group has a new addition to the Corpuls family – corpuls aed. This defibrillator has been developed with the qualified first responder and general public in mind and is fully automatic with just one power button to press

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Ortus complete corpuls3 training at the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service

This week, final training took place on the transition from MRx to corpuls3 over at the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service, with the final group of Clinical Support Offices and Training Leads in readiness for the changeover. NIAS recently took delivery

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corpuls3 …Flying High Over Yorkshire!

The Ortus Group were invited to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance HQ at Nostel Priory last week, which is the base for one of their helicopters, serving the Yorkshire area. The main purpose of this visit was to view the installation

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Ortus Proudly Sponsors Welsh Ambulance Service’s Staff Awards 2017

Voting for the Welsh Ambulance Service’s Staff Awards 2017, sponsored by The Ortus Group, is now open! Follow the link to read the awe-inspiring stories and cast your vote here

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Ambulance ‘telematics’ system used as court evidence

An “experienced” ambulance driver hit and caused the tragic death of a pedestrian on a marked crossing near Chelmsford while responding to an emergency call. This is one of the first times evidence from a telematics system has been used

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