Centrally collects and stores all data from endoscopic procedures, e.g., patient and procedure information, still and moving images as well as milestones.
The integrated ENDOAPLPHA documentation system ENDOBASE captures all information relevant to endoscopy into a centralised database accessible anywhere in the hospital. Automatic exchange of information between new and existing systems as HIS/PACS increases accuracy. Scope recognition and capture of reprocessing information improve traceability.Add to
Integration and documentation of all ETD reprocessing data, including scope, patient and user information ensures complete traceability of all scopes.
Saves up to 65% of reporting time due to easy implementation of procedure images and standardisation of terminology.
The integrated ENDOALPHA documentation system ENDOBASE captures all information relevant to endoscopy into a centralised database. Patient data, procedure data, images and videos are readily available anywhere in the hospital or through the web interface. The system is compatible with the complete ENDOALPHA portfolio. The automatic exchange of information between available hospital systems as HIS/PACS eliminates the inefficiency of double entries and increases accuracy of data transfer. Traceability is improved with automatic scope recognition and capture of reprocessing information.
Conveniently access complete patient files with all reports, images and videos from anywhere in the hospital network for reference, teaching or discussions with patients and colleagues by using the web access.
Patient information can be automatically retrieved from PACS/ HIS, and all endoscopy information is stored in the central database. Vital signs data can be automatically captured.
Reporting and transfer of information is a standardised procedure taking less time, and an electronic history shows all patient-related data, including images.
Image and video management
HDTV and standard definition still images can be easily captured, viewed and stored anywhere by authorised users.
Procedure code identification
The ability to integrate different types of codes for procedure and diagnosis, set user-definable standards, and automatically transfer procedure codes to the HIS via HL7 ensures the smooth and accurate transfer of patient data.
Automatic exchange of images with the ENDOALPHA Video Management system ensures easy transfer of data.
Digital checklists ensure that all material necessary for a procedure is available in advance, and documentation of material used during procedures can be controlled via barcode or manual entry for accurate recording.
ETD interface ensures scope traceability
All ETD reprocessing data, including scope and user information, are documented to ensure complete traceability.
Drying and storage durations of individual scopes, including information about responsible users, are also stored.