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Access and share images from the OR, for example, to the pathology lab, easily. Surgical teams can capture images and record video, sending or live streaming them across the hospital. They can also review any patient imagery and data they need.
Access and observe critical patients from anywhere in the hospital. Video streaming can combine numerous sources, important patient information, including vital signs, so ICU staff can watch over multiple patients from any networked PC or a central nurse’s station.
Work with a variety of video sources, formats, standards or resolutions. NUCLeUS can handle everything from SD to HD to 4K, and even 3D. Capture and record images from endoscopes, robotic assisted surgical devices, microscopes, angiography systems, C-arms, ultrasound scanners and more. NUCLeUS runs on either fibre or copper network infrastructure. This empowers customers to make decisions that fit their budget and potentially save money by reducing IT hardware and cabling costs.
Send any image to anywhere you want. Our user interface lets you quickly switch between monitors, split the screen into four or see picture-in-picture. Record multiple video sources at once, even if they use different formats and resolutions. And easily set-up or find the surgeon’s preferred monitor settings.
NUCLeUS integrates smoothly with all common hospital systems such as HIS and RIS to EMR systems as well as PACS. NUCLeUS is fully scalable in both size and functionality. It can be adapted to hospitals’ needs now and in the future, making it a smart and truly future-proof investment.
Cameras let ICU teams remotely observe patients from a central station. Nursing staff can view live video feeds and vital signs from multiple patients at the same time—on the same screen. At patient bedsides, staff can connect with ICU clinicians across the hospital to review the appropriate care or request support.
Record all audio and video sources in the OR simultaneously. Access video, audio and patient information across the hospital network, easily and securely. Then share footage of surgeries at conferences and lecture halls, whether it’s live or recorded. Recorded content can be edited from any PC in the network, without any additional software needed.