Video of the final TATRC NETCCN Virtual Critical Care demonstration that leveraged remote control of ventilators and IV pumps for pre-hospital, en-route, and ICU care, is now available https://lnkd.in/eDXUPU3r
The video is 1:50 long but you can jump to any of the 20 chapters using the timeline. See introductions by TATRC Director COL Jeremy Pamplin MD, Science Director Matthew Quinn, and real-time simulation of remote critical care initiated in a military field hospital and continuing during drone transport to a civ hospital.
Other chapters include technology and research presentations in the MGH MD PnP Program Lab on #riskmanagement of #remotecontrol of #medicaldevices – including using a common UI and #interoperability to view data and control different brands of devices from across the USA, the application of Safety Assurance Cases to remote control, and #cybersecurity by applying the MITRE Playbook for threat modeling of this medical systems-of-systems.
The details were described in this LinkedIn posting https://lnkd.in/eAngMWxx
Thank you to the many members of the participating teams. They are listed at minutes 28-29 in the video.
Looking forward to building on the momentum of this project in 2023!