Patient Safety

mai 11, 2021

Smart Alert: A Harbinger of Adverse Events in Critical Care Settings

by Jessica Serrao

Contextualized surveillance smart alerts support patient safety and clinician satisfaction by helping identify emergent clinically actionable events and reducing alarm fatigue.

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mai 6, 2021

Adverse Events Can Happen Anywhere, Anytime, Including Patient Transport

by Halley Herndon and Cathleen Olguin

Healthcare organizations efficiently harness valuable waveform data for clinical research, utilizing advanced integration technology to capture waveforms from medical devices and tailor the data to the requirements of downstream systems such as analytics applications and research databases.

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mars 18, 2021

Capnography: Key Measure for Proper Airway Placement, Return of Spontaneous Circulation, and Advanced Airway Displacement

by John Zaleski

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.

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mars 15, 2021

Patient Safety Awareness Week: Annual Reminder to Advance Quality Healthcare Initiatives

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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.

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janvier 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.

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mars 17, 2020

Preventing Medical Errors with Patient Monitoring and Integrated Device Data

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By increasing the use of – and reliance on – medical device information, healthcare providers will gain more insights into patient health to possibly reduce medical errors and reduce the overall cost of care.

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