ROSE is the ultimate telemedicine solution for remote ultrasound examinations on any part of the world. The doctor can work from a central hospital or even his own home, while the patients are remotely diagnosed from their nearest health center.
ROSE solves 2 major daily problems:
It removes all geographical barriers. Cities with nearby villages, islands, oil rigs and other regions can now have access to advanced diagnosis available on central hospitals.
It solves human resources management on hospital networks. Doctors on the central hospital can provide examinations to a wide range of patients in the network, increasing work efficiency and reducing transportation costs.
How does ROSE work?
The doctor has full control of the exam. Haptic feedback allows a truly immersive experience, differentiating structures such as bone and soft skin.
The web interface transmits live ultrasound data.
Acquired data is sent and stored in the main hospital information system (HL7 and DICOM). Data can be stored in multiple formats to comply with hospital standards.
For typical internet conditions, data and command flow have negligible time delay. Such latency is easily dealt by the physician, without mental load
Safety is key. The robot on the patient’s station uses cable-driven technology. The reflected inertia is small, entailing patient comfort and safety. It also has a compliant controller that prevents excessive forces on the patient.
ROSE also provides a very compact medical station. This means that the doctor can take it home to perform remote ultrasound diagnosis.
ROSE has undergone extensive testing at both laboratory and clinical conditions.