Sotera Wireless will be at HIMSS20 in Orlando, FL March 9 – 13. Come by our booth #6069 and the DSS/Juno booth #5559 to see a live demonstration of the ViSi Mobile System.
ViSi Mobile SpO2
- Sotera’s thumb sensor is placed around the base of the thumb and captures the princeps pollicis artery
- Less dependent on changes in peripheral vascular resistance
- Enhances patient comfort
- Is less likely to fall off
- Provides additional freedom of movement not found in finger based pulse oximeters
- Inspect the skin at sensor site every 8 hours
- Typical SpO2 sensor is a reusable clip or disposable sensor, attached to the tip of the index or middle finger
- Typical SpO2 measured through capillary bed
- Placement on tip of finger limits patient mobility
- Easier to fall off
The nursing station is the heart and soul of nursing care activities in a hospital.
Sotera’s Remote Viewing Display (RVD) allows the clinician to monitor multiple patients in one place. The clinician can view the vital sign values, view: alarms, waveforms, and trends (tabular and graphical), all without disturbing the patients.
Another important feature is the monitoring system’s capability to measure activity, posture and motion related events: A patient fall immediately triggers an alert, notifying the clinician of the event. Patient posture can be displayed on the remote viewing device alongside the vital sign values. Level of activity over time is also displayed (trend view). This allows to correlate vital signs to activity level and posture as well as to detect extended periods of patient immobility (e.g. to help avoid pressure ulcers).
When early detection matters, ViSi Mobile can make the difference.