News | October 09, 2007

Datascope Launches Web-Based Remote Access Software for Panorama Central Monitoring System

October 10, 2007 - Datascope Corp. recently announced the U.S. launch of the Panorama Web Viewer, a Web-based software product that enables remote access to patient data from virtually anywhere, using an Internet connected PC.
The Panorama Web Viewer allows clinicians with access to the hospital’s computer network the ability to view remotely any patient on the Datascope Panorama Central Monitoring System. The new software creates clinical desktops throughout a Wide Area Network (WAN), which provides streaming patient waveforms and vital signs. Patient trends can also be analyzed using a new intuitive graphic interface allowing the early recognition of changes in patient condition.
During 2007, the company says spending for hospital-based IT applications is projected to comprise nearly 40 percent of a hospital’s total capital budget. The Panorama Web Viewer enables hospitals to avoid additional expense by utilizing their existing IT infrastructures.
Datascope will demonstrate the application at the 2007 ASA show.
For more information: www.datascope.com

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