We've been working with the great folks at Mindray to implement support for the Mindray Patient Data Share Protocol.
They have been using this protocol for many years, so we're happy to say that our software should now be compatible most of their monitor models.
As of today it's available for preview.
Watch this short demo showing how to connect it, or follow written instructions below:
We like to keep this label on it until we've had more customers using our software with Mindray monitors on real cases. Once we have customers using it extensively and with various Mindray models, we'll drop the "preview" label.
Head over to the app and walk through to the "tour mode" see what it's like:
Now, here's how to try it out for real:
Congrats! That's it. You should see data from your monitor in the blue bar at the top of the app.
The app will get latest data from the monitor every 5 seconds and you'll see it in that blue bar across the top. This way you'll always have the assurance that you're connected and getting data.
During the case, as you reach checkpoints where vitals measurements are due, it'll simply record values from closest reading from the monitor.
Like always, you have full control over what ultimately shows up on the sedation record. So you can correct errors, makes notes about values, etc.
We really hope you like the new feature. Let us know what you think: email@example.com.
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