LipidLabs, Inc. announced its board resolution that adopts the Telemedicus (TMI) corporate moniker as they move forward into the telemedicine marketplace. LipidLabs has recently purchased the assets of Telemedicus, Inc., including the “Disaster Relief and Emergency Medical Services (Dreams) Technology” and related communication equipment and technology developed by Texas A&M University. The ‘Dreams Technology’ was developed through a $20 million funding from Department of Defense for cutting-edge emergency medical response projects. Through high-quality video, doctors in hospital emergency rooms can see and direct the first responders’ treatment of the patient. This technology improves trauma victims’ probability of survival, especially in remote areas, offshore drilling and battlefields beyond the physical reach of medical specialists in well-equipped trauma centers. The Telemedicus technology has been in operation since 2003 in Houston and in Liberty County, Texas. It can be used to treat trauma casualties anywhere conventional advanced emergency medical treatment is unavailable – in military operations, offshore drilling operations and in rural areas.