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GlobalMed CapSure® 2.0
GlobalMed is a privately held telemedicine company headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and is the leader of telemedicine companies in telehealth hardware and software R&D, design, engineering, manufacture and support. Their team of telemedicine software developers and engineers work closely with scientific and medical professionals—from concept to application—to understand and translate unmet needs into next-generation integrated telemedicine tools that are unsurpassed in quality, affordability and flexibility. GlobalMed’s award-winning patented new medical technologies and unique intellectual properties culminate in solutions that exceed even the most challenging requirements for clarity, accuracy, accessibility, convenience and cost-effectiveness, and that create an ecosystem of connected health.
Medical Software | Medical Imaging Software
GlobalMed CapSure 2.0 enhances the user-experience people have come to expect in GlobalMed’s image automation software. From crystal-clear HD imagery to full control at any video-conference endpoint, CapSure 2.0 simplifies the process of acquiring, storing and forwarding medical images. The DICOM-compliant software connects easily to CONi™ cloud-based services or other third-party PACS servers, allowing secure access to images by a remote clinician.
GlobalMed’s CapSure 2.0 takes store-and-forward image automation to the next level with up to 1080p HD resolution at the fastest available frame rate. At the 1080p resolution, video is of the same quality as that obtained in a commercial television studio.
CapSure® 2.0 Features
- CapSure 2.0 is designed specifically to work in an HD environment. Since it displays uncompressed video, images can be zoomed in and analyzed with unsurpassed clarity.
- With three different modules, the user can access visible light HD and standard definition images and ultrasound among other digital files from CapSure 2.0’s one interface (XC, OT and US respectively).
- At 15 frames-per-second, ultrasound video files can be viewed. Still images from those video files can be saved to a patient’s EMR or to a facility’s PACS.
- Viewing an entire image is simpler with the help of fade-away windows, making room for all visible content. Tools used most frequently are available when needed but will disappear so as not to detract from image analysis.