Wireless medical tablet recorder system launched

Image source: MediCapture, Inc.

Video control and streaming from anywhere in the OR

Wireless medical tablet recorder system launched

Medical imaging systems company MediCapture announced that it is launching the TRS Pro, a new and convenient approach to how surgeries are recorded and managed.

The first of its kind, TRS Pro comes with MediCapture’s advanced MVR medical video recorder and a wireless tablet that can be connected to the recorder or used wirelessly throughout the operating room as a remote control or to stream video in real time -- giving surgical teams more freedom of movement during surgeries. The tablet also can be used after surgery away from the operating room to review and manage patient sessions.

At the heart of the TRS Pro is the non-computer based Smart Workflow interface, which powers the unique functionality of the MVR Manager and MVR Secure. With MVR Manager, surgeons can: 

  • Securely manage patient folders
  • Edit videos and images, annotate and more
  • Easily archive and store recordings
  • Develop reports and send to printer of choice via WiFi

MVR Secure ensures recordings are safe by:

  • Preventing files from becoming lost with Automatic Video Repair 
  • Fully protecting against external viruses with Read Only OS
  • Password-protected remote access for IT Administrators

Surgeons can also take the tablet with them after surgery to annotate files, develop and print reports, archive and more

Mike Bishop

The TRS Pro is also customizable. It comes with full HD resolution, but can be easily upgraded to 4K Ultra HD resolution with a simple activation key code provided by MediCapture. The recording system also can be upgraded with DICOM functionality with an activation key. “We developed TRS Pro to be versatile for surgical teams, giving them the option to control it by preference,” says Mike Bishop, CEO of MediCapture. “Some may want to connect the tablet directly to the recorder, but other teams may prefer to use it from anywhere in the operating room via WiFi. Surgeons can also take the tablet with them after surgery to annotate files, develop and print reports, archive and more.”


Source: MediCapture, Inc.

28.05.2020

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