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World Sickle Cell Day

World Sickle Cell Day is a United Nations recognized day to raise sickle cell awareness nationally and internationally. On December 22, 2008, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution that acknowledges sickle cell disease as a public health problem and “one of the world’s foremost genetic diseases.”

ViSi Mobile Allows Patients to be Monitored on a Remote Viewer Display

All patients being monitored with ViSi Mobile, will be shown on a Remote Viewer Display, also known as the RVD as patient tiles or patient monitoring sessions.

ViSi Mobile Allows Patient to Sleep Comfortably in Hospital

Patient, Anastasia Sant Augustine, shared her experience with ViSi Mobile at Palomar Medical Center where she was recovering after a car accident in San Diego, CA. She was able to sleep more comfortably because the system was able to monitor her vital signs wirelessly, and she was able to get the rest she needed to recover.

Anesthesiology Journal Podcast - Dr. Alparslan Turan

Anesthesiology journal podcast, an audio interview of study authors and editorialists. This podcast is a conversation with Jim Weathmill and Dr. Alparslan Turan, professor of anesthesiology and vice chairman of the Department of Outcomes Research in the Anesthesiology Institute at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio.

What is Atrial Fibrillation and How ViSi Mobile Detects It

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) approximately 795,000 patients suffer from stroke4 annually in the United States, 87% of which are ischemic5 with 14-30% of those being cardioembolic in nature6. A 2019 article published in the Journal of Neurological Sciences estimated the total cost of stroke including costs associated with underemployment and premature death at 103.5 billion US dollars7.

Continuous Physiological Monitoring Using ViSi Mobile Improves Patient Outcome

The use of ViSi Mobile surveillance monitoring in the Quality Improvement Project at Mayo Clinic described in the American Journal of Nursing reduced Rapid Response Team activations, reduced Length of Stay for transfers to the ICU, and early detection and prevention of adverse events.

ViSi Mobile Utilized at Georgia COVID-19 Alternative Care Facility to Save Lives

ViSi Mobile patient monitoring system was utilized in three rounds of COVID-19 Alternative Care at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA to help save lives. San Diego, United States, May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AMI Expeditionary Healthcare, a humanitarian medical services organization, chose ViSi Mobile patient monitoring system for use in their collaboration with the State of Georgia and Grady Memorial Hospital for the Atlanta, GA COVID-19 alternative response care facility. ViSi Mobile, from Sotera Wireless, is an advanced wireless patient monitoring solution that not only saves lives but is also greatly helping with staff shortages in the face of the pandemic.

Discussion About the Use of ViSi Mobile at RadboudUMC

To detect a patient's timely deterioration, Radboudumc has been using ViSi Mobile, a continuous monitoring system developed by Sotera Wireless, Inc., for some time. Whereas previously the nurse measured the five vital signs of the patient at fixed times, this is now done 24/7 by a small box on the wrist. Recently, with the help of #machine #learning techniques, the decline is detected early or even predicted up to hours in advance. In addition to improved patient safety, this also saves time for the nurses. For Zorg Enablers 2020, we spoke to Harry van Goor and SJH (Bas) Bredie, initiators of the ViSi Mobile project, about the increasing demand for continuous monitoring and its added value for the healthcare providers and patient. We talked at length about the challenges and developments during the pilot and implementation phase and what the upscaling goals are for the future. Read the full floor in ViSi Mobile below!

US Hospitals Utilize ViSi Mobile For Patient Surveillance in Face of COVID-19

San Diego-based Sotera Wireless is now actively deploying its ViSi Mobile® System, a wireless patient monitoring system that monitors all vital sign trends while keeping clinicians safe.

Are You Giving Your Patients The Healthcare They Deserve? Here Are 3 Ways To Improve Quality In 2021

As a healthcare provider, your patient is your business. You want to ensure that they are getting the treatment and care they need. When you deliver good healthcare to your patients, you position your facility for success. How? Expert care attracts more clientele! This is why delivering timely treatment and medication is vital to the success of any health institute. Delivering quality healthcare is not easy, but you already know this. And Covid-19 has probably put a wrench in your plans to make adjustments in this area.