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Advanced Medical Priority Dispatch System Advanced Medical Priority Dispatch System (AMPDS), is a medically-approved, unified system used to dispatch appropriate aid to medical emergencies including systematized caller interrogation and pre-arrival instructions. AMPDS is developed and marketed by Priority Dispatch Corporation which also has similar products for police and fire. The output gives a main response category - A (Immediately Life Threatening), B (Urgent Call), C (Routine Call).

Reference

  • Wikipedia see Advanced Medical Priority Dispatch System [1]

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