NUCLeUS™ is the scalable, future-proof and modality-neutral platform that streamlines the aggregation, management, and distribution of video content, up to 4K resolution, across a hospitals’ network.
Developed in consultation with leading surgeons, NUCLeUS guides clinical staff through the planning, recording and sharing of any type of video, still images and other patient-related data in the Operating Room, ICUs and Endoscopy Suites. NUCLeUS can be deployed in many other clinical areas of a hospital including Cath labs, Pathology labs and stroke assessment clinics linking to classrooms and lecture halls, physician offices – anywhere across the hospital campus and beyond. Seamlessly linking devices, applications, video and most importantly, people, NUCLeUS focuses on hospital staff requirements and use cases – adding value to imaging workflows, enabling new possibilities, and supporting decisions by all stakeholders. The focus is patient care.
The intuitive interface is accessed via a touch screen, letting clinical staff route live video from any source to any destination, display information on surgical monitors and large displays within the OR, or send images elsewhere on site. Critical care nursing staff can initiate video communications with other ICU team members. ICU clinicians can also view video data from the bedside or send video elsewhere on site to remotely monitor ICU patients.
NUCLeUS has new enhanced features to view and arrange multiple live video streams simultaneously, allowing the viewer to select and enlarge which sources they are interested in. Simply access the video content needed with a few mouse clicks from a PC screen anywhere on campus. Multiple video feeds from endoscopes, surgical microscopes, C-Arms, room cameras, ultrasound, and anaesthesia systems and other sources can be recorded simultaneously in any combination of formats and resolutions.
NUCLeUS supports surgical teams with an expanding range of powerful image processing applications, including new Colour and Structure Enhancement to improve visibility of live surgical video in 4K resolution, and a new Resolution Enhancer to boost the sharpness and resolution of the video feed. Simple video editing functions are included within NUCLeUS as a part of the workflow, with no need for external editing software or special skills.
NUCLeUS gives surgeons the ability to share live video with their peers as well as other team physicians, doctors, staff and students. Captured content can be associated with other patient records stored centrally (on a secure basis) and accessed from anywhere across the hospital-wide IP-network for secondary use e.g., consultations, conferences, and educational purposes.
NUCLeUS features an intuitive touch interface that simplifies imaging workflow and reduces the operational steps, which is helpful for clinical staff who want to concentrate on the surgery. Users can route any image source to any destination, with no need to unplug and reconnect equipment, and record multiple video sources simultaneously while maintaining the highest quality in real time.
In addition, for even greater flexibility, NUCLeUS now provides wireless video streaming which allows clinical staff to access images from any modality via an iPad in virtually real time within the OR. This enables medical staff in the OR to follow the intervention on their handheld device.
Sony HVO-series medical recorders* can be operated directly with KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) control from the NUCLeUS touchscreen. Video files captured on an HVO recorder are recorded on the hospital’s NAS. The CMS imports files from their folders and makes them available in the web app.
* Supported models: HVO-550MD, HVO-3300MT, HVO-4000MT.
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