Vital Sign Monitoring on General/Medical Surgical Units
Free nursing staff from collection of vital signs. Direct transmission to the EMR. Automatic alerts of deteriorating patients.
Reduce staff time on vital sign collection with automated collection and direct transmission to the EMR.
Reduce length of stay and improve patient flow by rescuing deteriorating patients earlier.
Provide continuous awareness of patient health to the healthcare team, allowing earlier, more-informed clinical decisions.
EXAMPLE PATIENT JOURNEY
The patient, a 65 year old female, is admitted to an acute medical receiving unit with suspected pneumonia. They are monitored by snap40 from the moment of admission. It's a busy day on the unit and there are higher priority patients so it will be several hours before they can be reviewed.
The patient's respiration rate, pulse rate and temperature begin to increase. This is detected immediately by snap40.
The patient's respiration rate, pulse rate and temperature reach a physician-set sepsis alert threshold. A dedicated Stop Sepsis team immediately receive an alert. They review the patient and commence the sepsis treatment bundle.
The Stop Sepsis team continue to monitor the patient throughout the afternoon through snap40. The patient shows good response to antibiotics. No further treatment is needed.
Proven, ICU-level accuracy
Worn on the upper arm, we non-invasively capture vital signs up to every 2 seconds.
- Oxygen saturation
- Respiration rate
- Pulse rate
- Motion & activity
Blood pressure and weight captured through a seamless, wireless integration.
Identify deteriorating patients far earlier
Reduce length of stay and save lives through powerful, rule-based alerting engine. Bring physician and nurse attention to deteriorating patients far earlier. Continuous data allows earlier detection of the warning signs of conditions such as sepsis.
Customizable and automated escalation ensures that a patient always receives appropriate attention.
Free staff from vital sign collection and manual entry
Automate capture of vital signs, with ICU-level accuracy. Direct transmission to the EMR through an HL-7 or FHIR integration eliminats manual entry. Free up hours of staff time to focus on delivering patient care.