Triaj, a unique and important healthcare tech App, is available now
The release of this life-saving, "just-in- time," iOS App will save children's lives by reducing the pediatric knowledge gap for physicians, nurses and first responders.
Oftentimes, children with severe injury have limited, or no access to healthcare professionals with pediatric trauma expertise. Triaj will reduce the knowledge gap in pediatric trauma care that leads to unnecessary death, medical complications and increases healthcare costs. Access to immediate guidelines at the bedside is important since many children live in rural areas where trauma care is more than 60-minutes away. Furthermore, forward-deployed Department of Defense personnel treat indigenous children in remote war-torn countries frequently without immediate access to pediatric knowledge. Life-saving deviations can even occur in emergency facilities with specialized pediatric trauma care units. The Triaj App provides real-time, point-of-care treatment guidelines to enable health professionals to quickly and confidently provide the correct care. Triaj also incorporates evidence-based and comprehensive plans for MDs, RNs, Corpsmen and Medics that coordinate and enhance team collaboration.
The initial software release of the Triaj Clinical Decision Support System draws upon the best-practice methods to guide and synchronize high quality and safe care of the injured child by the healthcare team.
Martin R. Eichelberger, MD, the Founder and CEO believes that, "Triaj will provide the information that physicians, nurses, and first responders need to save lives and improve patient outcomes. As healthcare knowledge continues to evolve at a rapid rate, it is more difficult to track and share best practices. We believe that Triaj can provide access to best-practice protocols for the care of children, enhance the quality of care, improve patient safety and guide optimal outcomes with the least expense."
The Triaj platform provides guidelines throughout the continuum of care for multiple diagnoses that include head injury, abdominal injury, femur fracture, hypovolemic shock, malignant hyperthermia, and pneumothorax. As a subscription based app, the critical information for treatment of the injured child will be updated with new content on a monthly basis, and currently consists of multiple checklists, 400 resources, 45 procedures, 18 operations, and 5 videos. In the future Triaj will incorporate Artificial Intelligence to manage content for each diagnosis and incorporate machine learning to identify improvements in the practice of medicine.
View Triaj in the App Store here: https://apps.apple.com/
Triaj Website: https://triaj.com/
Todd Eichelberger, Triaj