May 25, 2022
ViSi Mobile Smart Tip - NIBP Adapter Hose
There are numerous things that need setting up, especially when you’re preparing for a New Patient, but before anything else, Cleaning and Inspecting the Equipment and Accessories is a must before setting all this up. the NIBP Adapter Hose is just one of the many parts of the System.
May 21, 2022
Hypertension: The Silent Killer
Hypertension kills more people than any other condition in America. More than half a million deaths were attributed to hypertension in the United States in a 2019 CDC study, and it's estimated that nearly half of adults have high blood pressure. This can lead to stroke, heart disease, and kidney disease.While the above facts can be alarming, it is also one of the most preventable causes of death. With proper treatment, you can lower your risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, and other serious complications associated with uncontrolled high blood pressure.
May 4, 2022
ViSi Mobile Smart Tip - When to Replace Thumb Sensors
The disposable thumb sensor is reusable for up to thirty days. For the best performance and most accurate cNIBP and SpO2, the best practice encourages replacing all thumb sensors once a month. The monthly exchange of thumb sensors reduces troubleshooting and reduces the clinician’s time at the bedside. It is highly advisable to pick a consistent day of the month to swap all thumb sensors each month during one of the device swap timeframes.
April 15, 2022
Wireless Vital Sign Monitoring Rapid Response Team/Unplanned ICU Study Released
With medical science and hospital practices constantly developing, it is difficult to know which techniques and devices provide the most benefit until after they have been tested in practical situations. The new study compiles evidence using a before-and-after study of a university hospital in the Netherlands.
April 13, 2022
ViSi Mobile Smart Tip - Pre Pie Trouble Shooting
How does ViSi Mobile get more accurate blood pressure readings? It is a patient-worn, portable, battery-operated, physiological monitoring device to measure arterial blood pressure (systolic, diastolic, and MAP) using a Cuff. Measurements may be initiated manually (one at a time), automatically at selectable predefined intervals of 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 90, and 120 minutes or continuously.
April 5, 2022
Monitoring Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression with ViSi Mobile
By using the ViSi Mobile surveillance monitoring system by Sotera Wireless, patient core vital signs can be monitored remotely to identify patient deterioration related to medication side effects, developing conditions such as new-onset atrial fibrillation, and can even tell you if your patient has fallen.
March 25, 2022
ViSi Mobile Smart Tip - Blood Pressure Cuff
Selection of the correct ViSi Mobile Disposable Cuff size is necessary to ensure accurate NIBP measurements. A Cuff that is too small can result in a falsely high NIBP measurement. A Cuff that is too large can result in a falsely low NIBP measurement.
March 23, 2022
Continuous monitoring of key bodily functions improves patient safety 32% fewer unplanned ICU admissions thanks to wrist monitor
The ViSi Mobile is a wrist monitor that can measure the most important bodily functions of patients day and night (24/7). After almost 5 years of trial runs and scientific research, Radboudumc will now use this wrist monitor in 7 departments and 117 beds to improve patient safety. Research shows that thanks to the wrist monitor and the timely identification of patient deterioration, there are 32% fewer unplanned ICU admissions.
March 15, 2022
ViSi Mobile Smart Tip - Skin Preparation
Skin preparation and ECG electrode placement directly impact the quality of the ECG signal, HR value, and cNIBP value. ViSi Mobile Disposable Kit comes with 5 ECG Electrodes which are adhesive pads with conductive gel connected to the ECG lead wires of the chest Sensor to display the ECG waveforms and detect the HR.
March 9, 2022
Acute Hospital Care at Home – Hospital Partnership Opportunity Announced
We are excited to have an approved monitoring-at-home opportunity to make the Acute Hospital at Home program easier to manage and are currently seeking hospital partners to explore working together towards creating an effective Acute Hospital Care at Home program.Our latest announcement comes as health care providers are looking for ways to formalize and systematize the breakthrough technologies and approaches to patient care that were triggered by the pandemic.