TeleUrology

Telemedicine intervention for difficult urinary catheterizations (DUC) has not been practical… until now.

Why TeleUrology?

The inability to place a catheter results in further patient treatment delays because of escalation to a Urologist who may need to travel from a different hospital or city, or transportation of the patient to a facility that has an available Urologist. PercuVision offers the world’s only visually guided urinary catheter in its DVTH to see and navigate the urethra in real-time. Patient care providers at off-site locations can access medical expertise without having to transport patients, while doctors can extend their reach to patients who need care without leaving their current locations.

Scott Coffield M.D. discusses
PercuVision's video catheterization system

TeleUrology Data/Statistics

62% of Counties in the US have no Urologists
Fewer Procedure Complications

More Efficient Resolution

Fewer interruptions to schedule and Pt transfers

Fewer procedure complications

Fewer procedure complications

Such as: Pain | Injury | CAUTI

Patient care providers at off-site locations can access medical expertise

Doctors can extend their reach

Addresses manpower issues, access and delivery of care

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