LifeBot Tablet In-Ambulance Computer

The LifeBot medical tablet computer provides an all-in-one device for ambulance personnel bringing a patient into the emergency room. The device runs Windows 7; it can transmit live patient data to the receiving hospital via the DREAMS software developed with U.S. Army Materiel Command, Texas A&M, and UTHealth Science Center at Houston.


(LifeBot medical tablet computer)

  • Utilizes a Hewlett-Packard Slate at just 1.5 pounds weight and 9.21 x 0.58 x 5.91 inches size integrating a 1.6GHz Pentium PC 2MB RAM and 64GB flash drive with video resolution of 8.9" diagonal WSVGA wide-viewing angle touchscreen.
  • Integrated 3 MP camera (outward facing); Integrated VGA webcam (inward facing) provides display of both patient and operator in field use.
  • Also enables sending of individual high resolution still images.
  • Utilizes exclusive DREAMStm telemedicine system developed with U.S. Army Materiel Command and others, the most advanced in the world specifically designed for emergency and disaster systems deployments. DREAMStm features include sending and receiving of live patient physiological data, live play-by-play screen color drawing and annotation, isolated video zoom to hi-res imaging, complete patient triage and medical record ePCR charting system, multiple cameras remote controls with management of resolution, panning, zooming, etc. It also may store all trended patient charting and physiological data in its on-board SQL database server.
  • Instant Messaging and Paging: Send instant messaging e-mail alerts and mass file or data distribution to hospitals or providers directly from private secure portal display.
  • Also may be used for TeleStroke, TelePsychiatry, Teletrauma, Dermatology, Translation Services, Primary Care and Correctional Health Systems, Teletriage, and any General Telemedicine application.
  • When utilized with the LifeBot® Communications Controller the LifeBot® Slate may also be used to wirelessly perform UHF, VHF, 800MHz, 700MHz, P25 radio and telephone communications.
  • Tested and approved for use with Odyssey Patient Teletriage software that may enhance triage efficiencies and substantially reduce errors and risks.
  • AES encryption for HIPPA compliancy.


("Super Ambulance Project" with LifeBot tablet computer video)

Science fiction fans are long familiar with medical tablet computers, thanks to shows like Deep Space Nine.


(Medical PADD from Deep Space Nine)

LifeBot via MedGadget.

Scroll down for more stories in the same category. (Story submitted 2/4/2011)

Follow this kind of news @Technovelgy.

| Email | RSS | Blog It | Stumble | del.icio.us | Digg | Reddit |

Would you like to contribute a story tip? It's easy:
Get the URL of the story, and the related sf author, and add it here.

Comment/Join discussion ( 0 )

Related News Stories - (" Medical ")

Skin Electronics Can Show Electrocardiogram
'... the young men in the streets who applied polyimde OLED body film to their bared shoulders.' - Chen Qiufan, 2019.

Neurodevices For Consumers? Neuroethicists (And Philip K Dick) Say 'Caveat Emptor'
'They tried to use it today and it wouldn't work. No colors and no ceph patterns, neither one...' - Philip K. Dick, 1977.

BrainEx Restores Some Activity To Severed Pig Head
'... they placed the brain in a special solution, having all the properties of Nursing the brain cells.' - Edmond Hamilton, 1929.

Purdue Pharma Ready To Profit From OxyContin Use Or Addiction Recovery
'It may be organic damage. It may be permanent. Time'll tell, and only after you are off Substance D for a long while.' - Philip K. Dick, 1977.

 

Google
  Web TechNovelgy.com   

Technovelgy (that's tech-novel-gee!) is devoted to the creative science inventions and ideas of sf authors. Look for the Invention Category that interests you, the Glossary, the Invention Timeline, or see what's New.

 

 

 

 

 

Current News

Skin Electronics Can Show Electrocardiogram
'... the young men in the streets who applied polyimde OLED body film to their bared shoulders.'

Chinese Fern Helps Remediate Arsenic Soil
'Bioengeering had put out a spec report on the long crawly things five months back.'

Skai Air Taxi Costs The Same As Uber
'The air-taxi found its way past and around other ground-cars...'

Neurodevices For Consumers? Neuroethicists (And Philip K Dick) Say 'Caveat Emptor'
'They tried to use it today and it wouldn't work. No colors and no ceph patterns, neither one...'

NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Won By AI SpaceFactory
3D printing - on Mars!

The Future Of Elon Musk's Neuralink
'Cerebral Electromagnetic Emmission Amplification and Relay System — call it artificial telepathy, if you like.'

Researchers Make You Say Anything in Videos
'[It] caused his televised image... to mouth the vowels and consonants beautifully.'

Jeff Bezos Tries Waldoes (Robotic Hands)
'Waldo put his arms into the primary pair before him...'

Asimov and Musk - Boring Company Tunnel vs. Street Race
'There was almost no sound, just a steady velvety whirr as the taxi sped along.'

Project Dylan - Amazon's Voice-Activated Wearable That Recognizes Human Emotions
Life imitates anime art.

Tesla Diagnoses Itself, Sends Part Request
'Tentacles emerged from the side of the machine and felt puzzledly at the damaged area.'

Lilium Electric Air Taxi Prototype
'The air-taxi found its way past and around other ground-cars...'

Swedes Premiere T-Pod Driverless Electric Truck
'the trucks gulped packages and scurried like beetles...'

HEL TVD Laser System To Be Built By Dynetics Lockheed Martin
'Forthwith flashes of actual flame, a bright glare leaping from one to another, sprang from the scattered group of men.'

Alcarelle Synthetic Alcohol Like Star Trek Synthehol
Bottoms up!

Datagrid Model Generation Perfect For Eternal Cities Of Science Fiction
'... there was enough flexibility to allow for wide variation.

More SF in the News Stories

More Beyond Technovelgy science news stories

Home | Glossary | Invention Timeline | Category | New | Contact Us | FAQ | Advertise |
Technovelgy.com - where science meets fiction™

Copyright© Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved.