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Professional Products, Inc. Integrates Clinical Skills and Simulation Center at the Johns Hopkins Hospital
Date:2/22/2008

GAITHERSBURG, Md., Feb. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Products, Inc. (PPI) has been commissioned to provide The Johns Hopkins Hospital located in Baltimore, Maryland with a Clinical Skills and Simulation Center called the OC-8 Simulation Center. This center is on the eighth floor of the outpatient center building and is being upgraded to expand their teaching capabilities. This center allows future doctors the chance to practice and hone their skills before they perform a procedure on or interact with a patient. In November of 2007 PPI began assembling the racks and setting up the onsite cable pulls prior to bringing the equipment to the Johns Hopkins facility. The project is stated to be complete in February of 2008.

Professional Products' system includes the integration of video, audio and IP hardware and software for several Simulation Exam Rooms, Simulation Operating Rooms, ICU Simulation, Observation areas, Classroom and Debriefing areas. This is a digital acquisition and distribution system providing both observation and analysis of skills training over an IP infrastructure. The equipment utilizes the latest technology in MPEG 4 encoding, 4 Terabytes of server storage, extensive control systems, broadcast level video routing and digital signal processing (DSP). The software used is a comprehensive solution that handles testing and assessment, digital video recording, center management, and simulator integration via web-based application. In addition, the system allows for video teleconferencing (VTC) with high definition displays that enable instructors to display various media and VTC.

About Professional Products, Inc.

Professional Products, Inc. (PPI) is a technology-driven design-build company devoted to excellence in sales and long-term service. Specializing in advanced video, audio, data, and control systems, we provide a full array of hardware and software solutions for training, broadcast, video on demand, and presentation. Our customers include federal and state government entities, broadcast and production facilities, corporations and professional organizations, institutions of higher learning, medical and healthcare facilities and the entertainment and leisure industries. We represent hundreds of manufacturers and employ an experienced "think tank" of account managers, application engineers, design engineers, project supervisors, programmers, system integrators and factory-certified service technicians. By developing collaborative and strategic relationships with hardware manufacturers and software developers, we are able to design, integrate, and service innovative systems that leverage new hardware and software technology. Some examples of these systems include: command and control centers, training facilities, television and production facilities, classroom and distance learning centers, presentation and conference rooms, and entertainment and sports venues. For more information, please visit: http://www.professionalproducts.com

Contacts:

Kirsten Lawson-Hadley

Phone: 240-864-4018

E-mail: kirstenl@ppionline.com


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