The analysis of the data synchronized during the surgical event offers, in a practical, objective and real way, a valuable contribution both for medical teaching and safety of the patient and professionals involved in the surgery.
It records, in real- time, videos from the endoscopic camera, room camera (video and audio), multiparametric monitors, and BIS (Bispectral Index).
It synchronizes data and enables a comparative analysis of the different sources described above.
It allows critical evaluation and improvement of surgical techniques.
It covers legal and ethical aspects of events in order to provide more safety to the patient and the healthcare and hospital teams.
The device also gathers all the data extracted from the vital signs multiparameter monitor multiparametric monitor (heart rate, breathing, oxygen saturation, carbon dioxide level, body temperature, arterial pressure) and brain activity during anesthesia, recorded through the BIS (Bispectral Index) monitor. All the Information is stored in a SSD, and it can be exported through USB, Ethernet (internal network), or directly to the cloud. During the recording, snapshots can be taken using a simple foot switch.
The data recorded is encrypted and made available to a preset user with the procedure's login and password, which allows a fast and safe recovery of images and information.
High storage capacity for hours of recording;
Features for equipment operation through touch display, with object-oriented language (easy to use);
Connections are isolated from medical instruments as per IEC 60601-1-1;
Operations identified by user and password with encryption key;
Output interface for transfer of encrypted files (events) (USB 3.0);
No connection and no interaction with the patient;
Foot switch for snapshots, stored in png and dem format (DICOM);
Local player for the visualization of images from the laparoscopic camera and surgical environment containing sound and vital signs of the patient;
Real-time synchronism—all data recorded in a single file.