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Epiphan Systems is to demonstrate its Distancedoc and Medrecorder products for use in ultrasound applications and more at NASA’s Technology Day in Washington, DC.

The products were developed and commercialised as part of a collaboration between Dr Scott Dulchavsky, a principle investigator for NASA on point-of-care ultrasound and surgeon-in-chief at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, and Epiphan’s medical product division, Mediphan.

Dulchavsky and Epiphan will be showcasing advanced collaborative ultrasound applications using Mediphan’s Distancedoc and Medrecorder products.

The Mediphan solutions were initially developed to allow programs that Dulchavsky developed to train astronauts to remotely operate ultrasound equipment on the international space station to be transitioned to improve medical care on Earth.

The remote ultrasound solution has now been widely used with doctors, clinics and teaching hospitals to speed ultrasound training.

In addition to ultrasound applications, the Mediphan products can be used to enable collaborative medicine with any medical device that has a standard video display, such as laparoscopic or endoscopic devices, or displays on medical sensing equipment, such as ventilators.

The Epiphan products have also found applications in education and training, hearing and visual impairment assistance, air traffic control, rail traffic control, surface transport, industrial process and security monitoring, tele-presence and video conferencing.

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