Vital Monitoring General Ward
The general floor is evolving: Patients require higher-acuity monitoring, and time constraints on nursing staffs are greater than ever. Based on the easy-to-use, all encompassing Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System and offering many advantages not found with other solutions, the Dyna-Vision device is designed to help you enhance careon the general floor. Dyna-Vision goes far beyond traditional spot-check and telemetry monitoring.
The Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System is a next generation ambulatory monitor that measures and presents data in a way that helps nurses and doctors identify patients at risk regardless of geography. By calculating an early warning score and providing pictorial clues to the need to respond, it transforms monitoring to a combination of detection and advice. With such advisory and notifications on various handheld devices, Dyna-Vision is the future of ward monitoring
24/7/365 Telemedicine Center
With continual access to patient data, telehealth service providers can use the Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System to streamline the workflows by consolidating all of the patients’ data on one software view, and then triaging patients based on the resulting data/alerts.
Dyna-Vision provides hospitals with a tool to decrease patients’ length of stay (LoS) through enhanced oversight during the care transition process – i.e. patients don’t need to stay in the hospital as long because they will continue to have medical staff monitoring them in the critical days after they leave the hospital.
A continuous remote patient monitoring service using the Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System can clearly impact the efficacy of healthcare delivery in the hospital and at home, providing the opportunity to reduce readmissions and improve the quality of patient care coordination – just in time to capitalize on CMS incentive payments and avoid government penalties
We have taken telemedicine to the highest level. By making it mobile and streaming live, while being simple to use, in the most urgent situations. Live streaming can be done between physicians, specialists and paramedics to achieve better results in advanced diagnosis and care. We recently equipped 150 ambulances in Kuwait with the Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System including an interface with a Cisco HD Camera solutions installed in the vehicle cabin.
For disaster relief operations or emergency medical services (EMS), time is much more than a matter of money—it's a matter of life and death. An ambulance-to-hospital based telemedicine system is the best example of how mobile technology can help save lives, by providing real time patient information to the hospital via wireless communications, enabling remote diagnoses and primary care, and reducing rescue response time.
For example, when rescuing car crash victims, with the Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring system onboard an ambulance, the vital signs of the wounded (e.g. ECG, SpO2, Respiration, Skin Temperature and Continuous Non-Invasive Blood Pressure*) can be measured and transmitted to the hospital in near real time via a wireless (3G/Wi-Fi) communication network. Additionally, videos taken by digital cameras installed in the ambulance can be sent to the hospital in real-time.
Home Ventilation Monitoring
The Dyna-Vision Ventilation Monitoring application is designed to transmit clinical data from a ventilation device to a remote station for telemonitoring of patients and for service purposes.
As telemonitoring of patients using ventilation devices becomes more and more a necessity, Techmedic developed a unique feature within the Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System. The Dyna-Vision unit is connected to the data port of the ventilation device to collect and transmit that data in real-time to the Dyna-Vision Server. Any computer with an internet connection and a WEB browser can be used to monitor the data from anywhere and at any time.
The latest study1, performed by the world famous “Cochrane Collaboration”, demonstrates that telemonitoring in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and home ventilation reduced the number of hospital admissions, cost and use of resources significantly.
Today, caregivers have to visit the patients at their homes to check the equipment, take the data from the device and send it to the physician for interpretation and treatment recommendations. This is expensive, time consuming, a logistical hassle and reduced the number of patients that a home care provider can service.
Dyna-Vision takes away a large part of these issues by allowing home care providers and physicians to remotely check on the patients and the proper operation of the ventilator. Service calls can be reduced to the minimum required as the service parameters are also received remotely. Most of the service visits are related to user error and can be solved remotely.
 Telehealthcare for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (review).The Cochrane Collaboration 2009. McLean S, Nurmatov U.