Desktop Telehealth Hub
The ProEX Telehealth Hub is specifically designed and engineered to enable health practitioners all over the world to confidently carry out detailed medical examinations on patients based in regional, remote, rural and urban areas.
The state-of-the-art device features high-quality, live video and imaging capabilities via its optional GEIS® General Examination Camera HD, which is integrated with the unit’s ergonomic design.
The GEIS® camera uses built-in, high-intensity white LED illumination and precision optics thereby consistently delivering quality patient images.
Providing patients with a remote examination.
The integrated video conferencing software in the ProEX Telehealth Hub allows health professionals to connect to colleagues and specialists over large distances and share saved images and data, along with participating in live video consultations with the patient.
High-definition video and data from the ProEX Telehealth Hub are streamed over the video conferencing link to assist the remote physician during patient examinations. Previously recorded data and images of the patient can also be easily reviewed. Video conferencing can be transmitted via a local network, the internet, or via 3G/4G/LTE using an optional module.
How it works
Versatile Image Recording
The ProEX Telehealth Hub uses cutting edge technology to record video and data from a range of inputs including Bluetooth, WiFi, USB, DVI, HDMI, S-Video and Composite Video. This allows the ProEX to be used with almost any medical imaging equipment such as ultrasound units, pulse oximetry sensors and endoscope cameras, whether they be older analogue legacy systems or new digital technology.
Images and data from the external devices are saved in the ProEX Telehealth Hub database for review and collaboration with other health professionals. All images and patient data are encrypted and stored in a secure manner ensuring that the ProEX is HIPAA and GDPR ready to meet the most stringent IT security checks.
A comprehensive range of interchangeable medical devices can be used to facilitate a variety of examinations, such as general imaging, wound management, dental, examinations, ophthalmology, dermatology and others.
With the option to connect multiple imaging and data sources via the inbuilt ports, the ProEX becomes a truly universal recording and retrieval system which can be used with almost any medical device in any clinic or hospital.
ProEX System Product Details
|12VDC from 110V-240VAC 50-60Hz
|Intel i5 8th Gen with 4GB DDR4
|10.1" 16:10 1280x800 High Resolution CTP LCD
|HDMI, DVI, S-Video, CVBS
|HDMI, DVI, USB (UVC)
|Microphone and headphones through 3.5mm mini jacks
|4 x USB 3.0, Bluetooth, Footswitch
|Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi (802.11ac)
|Built-in Face Camera:
|2MP AF with build-in mic
|2W x 2
|Integrated encrypted SSD or external USB hard drive
|JPEG (images), MPEG4 (videos), Lossless WAV (audio)
|W:280mm, H:300mm, D:140mm
|3.7kg (including remote control and no accessories)
|Transportation and Storage: -25° to +75°C, Operating: 0° to +40°C, up to 95% RH
- Aesthetically designed for use in clinics and hospitals
- 10.1″ 16:10 TFT LCD with touch-screen
- Captures high definition images and videos from inbuilt and external sources
telemeeting facility using Vidyo and Pexip
- LAN, USB, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity
- Powerful data management software and archiving system
- Session-wise storage of patient data on an encrypted solid-state drive
- Integrates with a variety of diagnostics accessories
- Integration-ready with all major EHRs
Australian TGA, Health Canada and US FDA listed
Follows the provisions of the MDR 2017/745
Qualified to IEC 60601-1
US: ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1
EU: EN 60601-1
Canada: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60601-1
Japan: JIS T 60601-1
EMC Collateral standard IEC 60601-1-2
IEC 60601-1-11 Medical electrical equipment — Requirements for medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems used in the home healthcare environment
Our customers are as diverse as their geographies. From government to private practice. From the Australian Outback to Antarctica. It doesn’t get much more remote than that!