FerrAlert™ F.I.L.M. - Ferromagnetic Incident Log Manager provides An Automatic Data Record of Ferromagnetic Objects entering the MRI Scanner Room.
Provides a Continuous and Automatic Visual Record of Potential and Actual Projectile Incidents together with actions taken after the incident. In addition, it is a great tool to assist with internal Root Cause Analysis. FerrAlert™ F.I.L.M. is now available as an accessory to the FerrAlert™ HALO II PLUS detector. This patent pending logging device was designed specifically with the new The Joint Commission standards in mind.
Date and time stamp incident logging allows easy access to visual data related to a specific incident. Being able to go back in time to see what led up to an incident is a great feature which will help facilities to analize the incidents and prevent them in the future.
Advance Computer System allows future software enhancement and easy access to multiple channels.
Fisheye Lens technology allows to records the entire MRI environment
FERRALERT™ F.I.L.M. FUNCTIONALITY: The FILM device logs all the alarm events with pictures that are date and time stamped. These events are stored in folder file that are also date and time stamped on the FILM device itself. When needed these images can be uploaded onto a coded USB and then onto the hospital’s computer to be viewed. The FILM device can store up to 300 files after which, if not uploaded onto a computer, the system will start deleting the oldest files to record the new ones. The system has a warning indication light to alert staff when it is nearing its capacity.
Logs potential and actual ferromagnetic incidents
Provides a visual record of the events leading up to the incident
Provides a visual record of the actions after the incident
All records of incidents are stored and date and time stamped
Simultaneous viewing inside the MRI scanner room
Assists with Root Cause Analysis
Facilitates The Joint Commission compliance for Incident Logging
System Requirements: Installed FerrAlert™ HALO II PLUS (not included)