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Connect and manage device connectivity with ease

Capsule’s Vitals Stream expands medical device connectivity to anywhere in the hospital. Designed for ORs and other critical care areas, it provides a stream of near-real time vitals data and connectivity status on the screen of a Capsule Neuron clinical computing hub. Users can easily see which devices are connected and associate all captured data with the right patient.

This flexible plug-and-play solution is designed to scale to your needs, simplifying data connectivity and data delivery.

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An easy-to-use system that expands medical device data integration

  • Increases the visibility of bedside data for nurses and clinicians
  • Continuously captures streaming data from virtually any medical device and delivers to most hospital information systems
  • Includes the industry’s largest and fast-growing device driver library
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Improve data quality, timeliness, and access

  • Increases accuracy by contextualizing data with patient ID, device ID, location and time
  • Provides a universal view of device connectivity status at the bedside
  • Protects sensitive information with reliable, encrypted data transfer
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Simple to implement, manage, and control

  • Drives efficiency due to centralization, data aggregations and remote monitoring
  • Plug-and-play connectivity with existing and future medical devices
  • No data loss during network outage – data is cached
  • No data loss during power outage or transport due to backup battery

Learn more on how Vitals Stream can help you expand and manage your device connectivity.

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