SPEX helps physicians and surgeons deliver better patient outcomes. Medical practitioners’ jobs are enhanced by SPEX presenting relevant images and patient data in the most convenient, comfortable and efficient location. Through the use of the SPEX high-resolution and high-contrast camera system, they can clarify areas of interest and improve the accuracy of work being performed.
Medical Procedures & Training
The SPEX high-resolution video camera is ideally positioned to provide remote viewers a surgeon view in real time. This feature can be used to engage remote expert assistance outside the operating theater or for training residents. SPEX two-way radio allows the practitioner to be fully engaged in the procedure while narrating and responding to questions as needed.
Clarify Detail for Areas of Interest
SPEX can help surgeons see better. The SPEX camera and displays are not only well-positioned for hands-free tasks, the zoom, focus and image enhancement capabilities can improve sight can contribute to better patient outcomes. A critical element of the SPEX system is the minimal lag time from camera to display, while continuously performing image enhancement.
Imagery at Point of Task
Using the SPEX HDMI and wireless video inputs, live video from scopes (for scope assisted procedures), or reference imagery such as MRI, CAT and XRAY are available in the most convenient position possible … much more convenient than viewing large screens mounted on walls moved around the theater. The SPEX OLED displays are like viewing a 60-inch screen form 8 feet away, while preserving natural direct vision focus.
The SPEX remote user interface allows assistants to wirelessly, remotely control and manage SPEX to free the practitioner’s hands and maintain the integrity of the sterile environment. The assistant can also serve up or record appropriate images and perform record-keeping functions during the procedure to free-up time for greater patient-centric care.