LifeBot has entered the defibrillator markets introducing the smallest lightest ALS unit in the world. The system is available for international markets only. The company is working to make available a U.S. version soon.
World's Lightest and Most Affordable : The LifeBot ALS Defibrillator weighs only 2.8 lb (1.27kg) and measures 4.5" x 8.35" x 2.5" (11.43cm x 21cm x 6.35cm). The system incorporates single lead monitoring, noninvasive pacing, and manual or semi-automatic external defibrillation (AED). The system is also lightweight on budgets being more affordable and easier to quickly deploy with minimal training costs.
Ease of Transport - First Responder Usability : Designed to speed application in the saving of lives, the LifeBot ALS Defibrillator is extremely simple to operate and fast to apply. It is so small, it may be used by first responders or "sent ahead" of other less critical equipment lowering response times.
Advanced procedures, such as pacing and cardioversion, may be performed without the changing of electrode-pads. During patient transport it significantly reduces the weight of equipment needed for safe patient movement through difficult environments.
Advanced Procedures and Mobile Telemedicine : The ALS defibrillator may be carried with the popular LifeBot 5, the premier system for mobile integrated healthcare telemedicine. The LifeBot 5 already incorporates a full "CCU Grade" monitoring system which includes 12-lead ECG, NIBP, SPO2, ETO2, dual invasive pressures, and more.
The LifeBot 5 includes advanced wireless connectivity management to send interactive video, audio, patient call or health record, and all physiological data live to the hospital.
LifeBot already makes the most advanced systems for data management for mobile integrated healthcare and community paramedicine programs. It has deployed LifeBot 5 systems both nationally and internationally. Now this unique telemedicine system incorporates advanced resuscitation capabilities.
Health Information Exchange (HIE) : LifeBot will soon introduce its new Micro-Hospital systems. These systems will provide the ideal mobile connected care system for HIE for Mobile Integrated Healthcare and pre-hospital EMS.
This will include fully automated patient and call data collection and redistribution for all mobile LifeBot 5 systems to a Central Data Repository Server. There, data may be "mined" for billing, syndromic surveillance, etc.
Since all patient records may be redistributed to all field LifeBot systems, these records may even be readily accessed when "offline." A simple scan of a driver's license or ID Card using the LifeBot 5 barcode reader will instantly reveal all previous patient records history.
HIE has never been so easy or so efficient within existing healthcare delivery systems.