The LifeBot® telemedicine workstation provides for remote access by any remote virtual critical care specialist. The workstation enables the construction of hub and spoke tele-stroke or tele-trauma networks recommended by the American Heart Association.
Remote emergency rooms or healthcare facilities (the spoke), who do not have 24-hour attending physicians on staff, may be connected to a central facility (the hub) who does. Rapid patient assessments may then be performed virtually and remotely at any time and in almost any place.
The workstation is powered by DREAMS™ (Disaster Relief Emergency and Medical Services) telemedicine software. This system allows for the live transmission or reception of critical patient physiological vital signs and trended video, voice, and ePCR data. It is recorded and selectively stored in an on-board SQL database server (a LifeBot® exclusive).