Advanced Medical Information Technologies (AdMIT), represented by Dominion Electronics in Australia has introduced new Rabbit technology. This new technology provides unprecedented instant access to vital patient and clinical information for health-care professionals, resulting in better treatment decisions and increased efficiency in record keeping and accounting.
The Rabbit technology provides real-time data acquisition directly from medical monitoring or testing devices right at the patent's bedside, with help from the TCP/IP capabilities of the Rabbit processor.
The data from any device whether it's a monitor, IV pump, or blood analyser can be accessed anywhere over a wide area network through the EIDC (Ethernet Intelligent Device Connectors), which is directly connected to the device.
Specialists can be consulted; treatment records accessed and drug interaction databases queried all in the blink of an eye. The system dramatically improves health-care decision-making, while at the same time saving medical administrators time and money.
In real-time the system intelligently consolidates any number of clinical or laboratory instruments into a single data management server, re-formats the information into a standard medical data format, and then interfaces the data directly with laboratory, hospital, or clinical information systems.
All of this information is instantly available to caregivers and laboratory staff anywhere through LAN, WAN, dial-up or wireless connections.