IHSE Draco tera KVM matrix switch helps Wisconsin hospital provide advanced monitoring for critical care of children
The Children's Hospital of Wisconsin (CHW) operates the largest and most comprehensive pediatric neurosciences program in the state and ranks among the nation’s best. It provides outstanding care in the treatment of childhood epilepsy and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Based on an 80-port Draco tera compact KVM matrix switch, a system was designed by CHW in conjunction with BlackRock Neuromed, a specialist manufacturer of EEG and LTM equipment, that would allow 24/7 monitoring of patient rooms from the control room and nurse stations on the wards.
The new KVM system allows clinical staff to control cameras remotely and access all patient monitoring equipment throughout the day and night to ensure the safety and continuous care of epilepsy patients.
Draco tera compact KVM switch enables centralized IT management of eleven hospitals in the city of Vienna
Wiener Krankenanstaltenverbund (KAV), the Vienna Hospital Association, operates eleven hospitals, including the General Hospital-Medical University Campus; eleven care homes for the elderly; four residential nursing homes with social-medical care and eleven training facilities for general healthcare and nursing care in the City of Vienna.
A central IT management suite in an off-site location remotely manages all the independent IT operations for all the hospitals and sites within the organization. A 32-port Draco tera KVM matrix switch enables the IT staff within the control room to choose which of the available computer or CCTV video sources they wish to show on the 3 x 2 videowall and on the displays within the personal workstations. Pre-defined and stored display configurations allow rapid response situations to be addressed. In emergency situations operators can immediately switch to the pre-defined display configuration and instantly display the pertinent information on all screens.
Multi-Signal Converter enables Gisela Hospital the re-use of an analog sonographic scanner
Gisela Hospital is a charitable humanitarian project providing basic health-care for destitute and underprivileged people in Habiganj, Bangladesh. Initially established as an eye clinic, emergency rooms for outpatients and a nurses’ training center were added later.
Built by a local NGO called C-RUD (Committee for Rural and Urban Development) with the support of a fund-raising project organized by German doctors, the hospital is now under local control. All medical equipment has been procured through financial and product donations, including a huge amount of surplus medical equipment including ophthalmologic instruments, tools, laboratory and diagnostic units, donated by German hospitals and medical practices.Gisela Hospital (Multi-Signal Converter) (759.6 KB)