Grant awarded to test new wireless approach to improve Ebola care

The Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) has received a grant from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to create a program that will use health sensors to improve the health outcomes of Ebola patients. The program is called STAMP2, short for Sensor Technology and Analytics to Monitor, Predict and Protect Ebola Patients. In the STAMP2 program, researchers will collect patient data using Sotera Wireless’ ViSi Mobile System, which continuously monitors blood pressure, pulse rate, electrocardiogram (ECG), blood oxygenation level, respiration rate, and skin temperature from a wearable sensor system with a wristworn screen.

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AAMI 2015

http://www.aami.org/ac/ Please join Sotera Wireless for a Breakfast Symposium on Monday, June 8th at 7am in Four Seasons Ballroom 3 at the Convention Center. Title: It’s Not About Alarms… Lessons Learned in Improving Patient Safety Utilizing 250,000 hours of multi-parameter monitoring data from general floor patients, Sotera Wireless has developed a cloud-hosted tool to optimize alarm configuration.  With the ViSi Mobile System, the result is under 10 alarms per patient per day.  Efforts have shifted to teaching initiatives focused on responding to the deteriorating patient.  Speaker: Jim Welch, EVP of Product Development, Sotera Wireless  

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American Way – A Doc In Your Pocket – January 2015

Wearable technology is giving new meaning to personal healthcare. American Way_Sotera ’15 Jan – A Doc In Your Pocket

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