Dictum Health Expands Clinical and EMS Telehealth

Dictum Health, Inc. – innovators in telehealth’s Virtual Exam Room (VER) technology that supports patients across the continuum of care – has announced the addition of video laryngoscopy to their end-to-end telehealth solution.

From the official word:

The laryngoscope created by Vivid Medical is a single-use video intubation device that performs reliably during concurrent chest compression, on patients with an immobilized neck or in any position, and with successful suctioning of the airway by the same person performing intubation. The device connects through USB to Dictum Health’s IDM100 Medical Tablet, which displays video images of the mouth and throat to guide intubation and to record and store images to Care Central cloud services.

“The unique No-Force (Point and Intubate) technique used with the Vividtrac is even well-tolerated by conscious patients, which makes the VividTrac one of the safest devices on the market today, with adults and pediatrics alike,” said Mina Farr, Founder and CEO of Vivid Medical. “The partnership of Vivid Medical and Dictum Health has broadened EMS clinical capabilities, which can only result in better patient outcomes.”

“Partnering with Vivid Medical to add video laryngoscopy to our VER products expands the definition of clinical telehealth from incident to hospital,” said Elizabeth Keate, VP of Product Management at Dictum Health. “Additionally, because the VividTrac is single-use, we are able to eliminate the risks of patient cross-contamination, important for rural clinics, military, emergency, and disaster relief situations.”

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