March 18, 2021
Capnography: Key Measure for Proper Airway Placement, Return of Spontaneous Circulation, and Advanced Airway Displacement
Capnography, in the measurement of end-tidal carbon dioxide, provides an immediate assessment of ventilation adequacy, which is particularly helpful when treating patients who are in cardiac arrest or who have an advanced airway in place – supporting Patient Safety.
March 15, 2021
Patient Safety Awareness Week: Annual Reminder to Advance Quality Healthcare Initiatives
With this year’s observance of Patient Safety Awareness Week, those of us in the medical products and healthcare technology industries commend you for your achievements in protecting and improving the wellbeing of patients, and we reaffirm our commitment to help you fulfil a fundamental principle of healthcare delivery – Patient Safety.
March 4, 2021
How IHE HL7 Integration Profiles Take the Drudgery Out of Connecting Medical Devices
IHE HL7 Integration Profiles ensure that “transactions” of information between medical devices and downstream hospital systems accurate and efficient. Capsule develops Device Drive Interfaces that enable device vendors to add IHE HL7 Integration Profiles to their technologies.
March 2, 2021
How Rosetta Terminology Mapping Translates to More Efficient Research and Device Integration
Capsule helps device manufacturers incorporate Rosetta Terminology Mapping (RTM) into their device integration technologies. RTM offers an industry-recognized method for normalizing clinical data to facilitate communication between devices and systems, improving clinician and researcher workflow efficiency.
February 24, 2021
Top 3 Predictions for the First Virtual IHE Connectathon
For Capsule, we couldn’t think of a better year to participate in Connectathon. With the entire healthcare industry evolving toward more remote and virtual care, it is an ideal time to see how our solutions and those of our partners perform in these environments.
September 22, 2020
Edge Computing: How New Technology Energizes This Old Concept
Medical devices – especially connected ones – help with identifying and predicting patient deterioration. The insights they provide need to be readily accessible at the point of care and at the moment of care. These are some of the benefits edge computing delivers.