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Single-screen interface supports interventional electrophysiology lab

Stereotaxis : 08 May, 2007  (New Product)
Stereotaxis has developed an new single-screen user interface to provide an unprecedented level of interventional lab integration.
Odyssey interface is a proprietary Stereotaxis design that consolidates multiple information sources and screens within an electrophysiology interventional lab into a single visual display.

Typically, interventional physicians are faced with the challenge of interacting simultaneously with multiple systems and screens, and diverse sources of diagnostic and imaging information during a procedure.

Odyssey consolidates all these sources of information into a single, manageable format, simplifying the interventional lab and potentially bringing greater simplicity and efficiency to electrophysiology procedures.

Bevil Hogg, CEO of Stereotaxis, stated, 'Odyssey brings together all the different diagnostic information sources in an interventional electrophysiology lab, ranging from X-ray fluoroscopy, mapping systems and heart-rate monitoring systems, into a single display and networked user interface'.

'This is the culmination of our drive to fully integrate our systems with the diagnostic information they rely on, while at the same time enabling remotely networked clinical support and training'.

'We believe our vision for a fully integrated, automated, and networked electrophysiology lab has the potential to be adopted worldwide as the standard of care for the interventional treatment of arrhythmias'.

Odyssey installations will be connected through Global Crossing's worldwide IP Virtual Private Network (VPN) Service to a remote Clinical Services Center, located at Stereotaxis Headquarters in St Louis, Missouri, USA.

The Clinical Services Center will enable Stereotaxis to remotely support clinical procedures, providing customers with on demand technical support and training at the touch of a button from their lab.

For the first time, diagnostic and imaging information will be available remotely, enabling Stereotaxis to deliver unprecedented levels of customer support.

In combination, the Odyssey consolidated visual display, private network, and remote Clinical Services Center are expected to position Stereotaxis to provide a comprehensively integrated solution to hospitals, potentially improving the efficacy and efficiency of their interventional labs.

It is expected that the Odyssey Network will provide a foundation for a family of future networked products and services.

Odyssey has been installed at a number of Stereotaxis clinical sites including San Raffaele University Hospital in Milan, Italy and the University of Ottawa Heart Institute in Ottawa, Canada'.

'Just as Homer's Odyssey expanded the boundaries of the ancient world, I expect the Stereotaxis Odyssey Network to expand the boundaries of interventional medicine by integrating all the available information in the interventional laboratory, presenting it in a unified format to the clinician, and networking it worldwide', said Professor Carlo Pappone, MD PhD, FACC, director of the Arrhythmology Department at San Raffaele University Hospital.

'The possibilities for remote proctoring, clinical support, shared research, and more, are limitless and will greatly benefit patients'.

'Odyssey has already enabled us to improve our clinical efficiency and has been a great help in providing remote troubleshooting support', commented Dr Robert Lemery MD of University of Ottawa Heart Institute'.

'We believe this unique service will make it possible for us to reduce EP lab downtime and focus more care and attention on our patients'.

Stereotaxis and Global Crossing are jointly building the international Odyssey Network.

As a leading global IP solutions provider, Global Crossing is positioned to develop this IP VPN for Stereotaxis, based on its integrated global IP-based network.

The network is capable of supporting the transmission of voice, video and data communications over a single physical connection for a truly 'converged' network communications environment.

Global Crossing provides enterprises with one of the highest performing and versatile IP VPN solutions, transported over the company's secure, privately owned and operated MPLS based IP backbone.

It offers truly global reach, scalable connectivity, greater security, multiple access options and flexible billing options that simplify the customer experience by allowing customers to focus on core business objectives rather than network management.

An IP VPN is the network of choice for a fully managed converged IP solution that supports data, voice, video and multimedia applications over a single IP-based platform.

IP VPNs give customers more network control, while lowering total cost of ownership.

'We are pleased to help Stereotaxis pioneer the development of the Odyssey international clinical support network', said Dan Wagner, Global Crossing's executive vice president for enterprise services'.

'Our flagship IP VPN service delivers the global reach Stereotaxis needs to support this groundbreaking software that significantly simplifies online clinical procedures instantaneously for doctors around the world'.

Stereotaxis plans to market and sell Odyssey as a service and clinical support solution to its more than 100 existing and backlog customers, in addition to new customers purchasing a Niobe system.
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