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Company Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
Item S/5 Pocket Viewer
Features 
  • S/5 Pocket Viewer provides a secure, easy access to patient information through a wireless hand-held PDA
  • Portable and compact - Fits to pocket
  • PDA is not limited to S/5 Pocket Viewer use only - Other Pocket PC-based applications, such as email, calendar, voice recorder, and text processing can be used as well
  • S/5 Web and Pocket Viewer keep you always in touch with your patients status improving patient care and clinical effectiveness
  • Detailed view of real-time vital signs, waveforms and alarms
  • Up to 72 hours of graphical and numerical trends can be reviewed with up to 1-minute resolution
  • User configurable all views can be personalized to fit every monitoring need
  • Not confined to a certain location but can be used from any networked PC/PDA
  • Utilizes existing network infrastructure and PC/PDA hardware
  • Easy to use works in a familiar Windows, MAC or Pocket PC environment
  • Password-validated access control prevents unauthorized use
  • Built-in SSL algorithm to guarantee the confidentiality and integrity of patient information
  • Supports informed decision-making by ensuring access to accurate and up-to-date patient information
  • Excellent tool for remote monitoring and consultation
  • Description Releasing the power of clinical information.

    S/5 Clinical Communications is the newest generation of clinical connectivity solutions that help you and your care team to provide effective, high-quality patient care. You will have access to essential patient information and be able to share it with your care team and specialists, independent of time and location. Clinical communication products include the S/5 iCentral, S/5 Web Viewer and S/5 Pocket Viewer.

    The information provided by the S/5 iCentral can be seen remotely through various ways. When at a patient's bedside, you can monitor other patients condition using bed-to-bed communication. With the S/5 Web Viewer and Pocket Viewer, you can access patient information remotely and securely from anywhere within or outside of the hospital, using standard technologies like PC, Tablet PC and wireless personal digital assistant (PDA). S/5 Web Viewer can be used through a wireless, dial-up or Internet connection to view real-time waveforms, numerics, alarms and up to 72 hours of trends for consultation and remote surveillance purposes. S/5 Pocket Viewer provides same information via a wireless, pocket size PDA even through mobile phone connections no matter where you are. In addition to increasing patient safety and quality of care, these products provide cost-effective timesaving tools for clinicians.

    With the Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Clinical Communications products the clinicians can base their decisions on complete data where- and whenever needed.
    Info Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 345-2700
    Web site: http://www.us.datex-ohmeda.com/index.asp

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