Improving patient care in real time

Capsule Technologies is a leading global provider of medical device integration, clinical surveillance and patient monitoring for hospitals and healthcare organizations. Our platform captures streaming data from virtually any medical device and transforms that data into context rich information to clinical documentation, alarm management, patient surveillance, decision support and research. Our end-to-end data management and connectivity supports better collaboration and communication, improves patient safety and overall satisfaction.

Over 2,700 global clients have leveraged our platform to simplify clinical workflows and power data-driven insights throughout the hospital and across care settings.

The Capsule Mission

Guided by our commitment to patient safety, innovation and medical device data liberation, Capsule empowers clinicians with simplified workflows and timely, actionable insights.

The Capsule Vision

Capsule strives to improve outcomes for every patient by making the complex simple, and the simple insightful.

Insights & Events

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Prevent Patient Deterioration
November 24, 2020

A Nurse’s Greatest Fear: Missing Signs of Preventable Patient Deterioration

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Patient care requires continuous cognitive shifting and stacking to identify and prioritize clinical tasks. Processing the vast volume of information alone is stressful, then consider that shifting and stacking can potentially distract a clinician from noticing a warning sign of patient deterioration. The best result would be a slight delay in the delivery of needed care, while the worst result would be A Nurse’s Greatest Fear.

Better Detect Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression
November 10, 2020

How to Better Detect Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression Without Turning Every Unit Into an ICU

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Postoperative patients are predisposed to episodes of respiratory depression, which if not detected and treated can lead to apnea, anoxic brain injury, cardiac arrest, and death. By continuously monitoring the patient’s end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2), respiratory rate (RR) and fractional inspired CO2 (FiCO2) through capnography, clinicians can more accurately assess ventilation adequacy and predict the onset of declining cardiovascular and respiratory conditions.