January 14, 2021
A Nurse’s Greatest Fear, Part 2: Giving Clinicians Greater Insight & Improving Patient Safety Outside of the ICU
by Cyndi Coyne, BSN, RN
Continuous monitoring of SpO2 and EtCO2 could help nurses in non-critical care areas identify decompensating patient conditions and intervene sooner to save lives.
December 15, 2020
Why Capnography is Essential for Postoperative Care
by John Zaleski and Gregory Eckstein
The suppression of ventilation and reduced airway protection can leave postoperative patients vulnerable to respiratory failure from “opiate-induced” or “immobility-induced” respiratory depression. Continuous capnography monitoring provides instantaneous respiratory status to help clinicians identify and prevent complications.
January 28, 2020
Improve Sepsis Outcomes: Incorporate An Early Warning Scoring System Into Bedside Care
by Cyndi Coyne, Clinical Consultant at Capsule Technologies
Evidence demonstrates that mortality rates can be significantly reduced if septic patients are identified in the early stages of the disease progression. Here are three key steps to reducing sepsis mortality rates in your hospital.