ViSi MobileⓇ System
See how cNIBP* can help with Continuous, Real-time Data with Minimal Patient Disruption
*cNIBP – Continuous, Non-Invasive Blood Pressure
ViSi MobileⓇ System
Detect the Undetected
Now with Life Threatening Arrhythmias, Posture, and Fall Detection for early detection and timely intervention
ViSi MobileⓇ System
Even One FTR
is One Too Many
Keeping eyes on patients with continuous non-invasive cNIBP, SpO2, HR, PR, RR, Body Temperature, Posture and Fall Monitoring
Continuous Non-Invasive Blood Pressure
Based on Pulse-Arrival-Time (PAT), continuous non-invasive blood pressure (cNIBP) is calculated on a beat-to-beat basis eliminating the need for frequent cuff inflations.
A non-invasive method utilizing LEDs and a light receiving photosensor to accurately measure oxygen saturation.
Pulse rate is measured with the Sotera thumb sensor that is placed around the base of the thumb and captures the pulse rate at the princeps pollicis artery. The system defaults to pulse rate to minimize false heart rate alarms, decreasing the number of alarms to clinicians.
Continuous heart rate and waveform monitoring by a 3 or 5 lead ECG while utilizing an accelerometer to minimize artifact.
Respirations are determined by measuring impedance pneumography through the utilization of ECG electrodes placed on the chest.
Continuous skin temperature monitoring allowing the clinician to monitor and review trends, alerting them to any potential changes that may be occurring in the patient.
Provides ICU quality ECG with the ability to monitor multiple leads simultaneously to improve beat detection.
Life Threatening Arrhythmias
Asystole, Ventricular Fibrillation, Ventricular Tachycardia, Atrial Fibrillation.
Internal accelerometers provide an accurate posture and movement classification allowing the clinician to monitor a patient’s position.
Internal accelerometers can detect high accelerations and alert the clinician for patient falls.
The use of a continuous vital sign monitoring system in the general care setting represents a more proactive approach to identifying patient deterioration, based upon the premise that physiologic changes can indicate, and perhaps predict, deterioration episodes.
Hravnak M, Schmid A, Ott L, Pinsky MR. Causes of Failure to Rescue. In: DeVita MA, Hillman K, Bellomo R, editors. Textbook of Rapid Response Systems. 1st ed. New York, NY: Springer; 2011.
News & Events
February 4, 2021US Hospitals Utilize ViSi Mobile For Patient Surveillance in Face of COVID-19
Sotera Wireless, a San Diego-based biotechnology company is widely deploying its ViSi Mobile® System which provides clinicians with continuous wireless surveillance monitoring of patients’ vital signs. Thus, minimizing the need for face-to-face interactions which helps address staffing shortages and reduces the risk of interacting more than necessary with COVID-19 positive patients.
May 4, 2020Sotera Spotlight
What’s the Cost For One Life Saved? What’s the cost for one life saved? I always knew I wanted to […]
March 23, 2020Keeping Our Nurses Safe
As new coronavirus infections accumulate across America, hospitals want to make sure they have everything they need to keep their staff safe. Under new protocols, the C.D.C. recommends coronavirus patients be isolated in single rooms, behind closed doors, away from other patients. Learn how ViSi Mobile can help keep clinicians safe and minimize the risk of cross-contamination, all while identifying subtle changes in patient health to drive recovery.
March 12, 2020Sotera Wireless and Premier
SOTERA WIRELESS AWARDED GROUP PURCHASING AGREEMENT WITH PREMIER INC. FOR THE VISI MOBILE SYSTEM https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200316005055/en/Sotera-Wireless-Awarded-Group-Purchasing-Agreement-Premier SAN DIEGO, CA – Sotera […]
March 11, 2020Continuous Monitoring with ViSi Mobile
Continuous Monitoring at Radboudmc Hospital
March 10, 2020COVID 19: How ViSi Can Help
ViSi Mobile – The Solution Today’s Healthcare Environment As COVID-19 spreads, hospitals and emergency agencies are implementing new protocols to […]
February 24, 2020Infectious Disease – How ViSi Mobile Can Help
ViSi Mobile in Singapore’s National Centre for Infectious Diseases The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has wreaked havoc across Asia. However, Singapore […]
July 2, 2019ViSi Mobile SpO2 vs. Traditional SpO2
A traditional SpO2 sensor is designed as a reusable clip or disposable probe which is attached to the tip of […]
May 1, 2019Sotera Wireless to Showcase Its Life-Saving ViSi Mobile 1.5G at the 2019 IHI Patient Safety Congress
Sotera Wireless, maker of the ViSi Mobile® Surveillance Monitoring System will be exhibiting at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Patient Safety Congress (IHI) on May 15-17 in Houston, TX.
February 13, 2020Upcoming Events
Sotera Wireless will be at HIMSS and AONL 2020 Stop by our booth to get a demo of ViSi Mobile […]