Medical electronic paper iMWard-BIT 42"

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Ward/Bedside E-paper Card (42’’) The application of Ward/Bedside E-paper Card (42’’) is your crucial step towards paperless hospital/care institution especially at ICU. E-paper technology features bistability, meaning to hold an image on display, it barely needs power – greatly saving electricity cost an is on 24/7; its reflective display emits no backlight and blue light – resembling paper-reading experience (free from glare) and allowing a wide viewing angle; its shatter-proof and light weight nature provides sublime flexibility for installation. Imedtac brings in on the market its unprecedented clinical application by interfacing your EMS with our EPD Platform via API – your control center (nursing station) and inpatients can be linked: on the ward, Ward/Bedside E-paper Card (42’’) displays customizable care information such as patient profile, bed number, etc and is also a communication board (touchscreen); at the nursing station, from EPD Platform on a dashboard, our management platform monitors all inpatients with which devices can be managed and care information checked. Advantages -Customized software interface/display layout to your needs -Instant update of care information (centralized) -Touchscreen: Interactive messaging function enabling patient/relative/caregiver leaving message -16 levels of grayscale (better attention to crucial information) -Easy to install (wireless connection & no major infrastructure change required) Function: care info display/call/interactive messenger Application: ward/bedside/ICU/quarantine area



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