Life View Panel
Intuitive real-time management monitoring system
In today’s busy Neuroscience environment, multi-modality access and review across diverse patient populations and locations can pose a challenge to limited resources. Whether in the EMU, the ICU or the PSG lab, the ability to effectively access and review clinically relevant patient data, from multiple locations is paramount to timely intervention and interpretation. The Live View Panel from Nihon Kohden allows for intuitive real-time management of diverse neuromonitoring data from a centralized location.
Remote monitoring solutions
While some existing systems provide remote viewing capability, Live View Panel adds features that allow for customized configuration of multiple EEG or PSG acquisition systems. The interface prov ides color coding and placement of patient information based on variables such as patient location, acuity level, physician, or data modality. This ability to tailor information from diverse patient populations will provide the viewer with clinically relevantinformation that can result in quicker interpretation and better quality outcomes. Key information can also be provided on a Live View Panel at the local nurse’s station for additional oversight.
- Each patient card represents an EEG or PSG acquisition screen.
- Easily assign a patient card to any acquisition machine and color code based on variables such as modality, location, acuity, physician and more.
- Simply drag and drop to rearrange the patient cards on the command center monitors to tailor your workflow.
- Tap or click on the patient card on the centralized control panel to remotely review and interface with the acquisition system in real-time.
EEG cards display patient identifier, location field, monitoring status, heart rate, SpO2 (from Nihon Kohden amplifier) as well as seizure count and
seizure trend. Audio and video can also be played or displayed from the remote access. PSG cards display AHI, TST, body position, CPAP pressure, heart rate, SpO2 and sleep state. Trend options include apnea/hypopnea, SpO2/desaturation, sleep stage, CPAP, CO2 and heart rate. Audio and video can also be played or displayed remotely.
Patient data when and where it is needed
From one location, you can monitor patients from multiple locations within your facility or sites across the city, state or country.