In today’s world, all fields of medicine heavily rely upon cutting edge technology to help the sick and injured all over the globe.  Gone are the days of house calls and advice of taking an aspirin or two to cover what ails you.  As cures are found for various diseases and sicknesses, finding the cure requires having established and up-to-date technology in place.  When global sicknesses occur, such as the H1N1 virus, nations rely on video conferencing to remotely communicate and discuss findings and hopeful cures. Offering a compact and complete solution for your telemedical camera needs, Pleora offers their iPORT SB line of frame grabbers including their SB-U3 external interface board, which utilizes the latest USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connections.  This super compact interface board for Sony HD block cameras (FCB-EV7500, FCB-EH6500, FCB-EH6300, FCB-EH3410 and FCB-EH3310) offers designers the ability to save space by interfacing with small form factors: laptops, embedded PCs and single board computers.  You no longer need the bulky PC desktop with an large frame grabber to interface your camera needs.  Pleora offers a space and cost saving solution.

    From psychotherapy to major operations, localized fields of medicine can reap the benefits of portable communications and HD camera imaging for patients.  Currently parodied on the hit Showtime series Web Therapy, Lisa Kudrow aka Fiona Wallace, offers patients five-minute therapy sessions via her computer’s camera.  Online therapy (e-therapy) is not a distorted television reality thanks to companies like Pleora and Sony who offers great solutions for telecommunicating physicians and clinicians.  Compact, portable and affordable, these devices can help all of your telemedical needs!

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