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Curbing Nurse Burnout with Sotera Visi Mobile

It is a statistical fact that patients are more likely to have better experiences when nurses are engaged, so it is important to provide them with the support they need to be fulfilled in their jobs.

Preventing Adverse Drug Events with Sotera Visi Mobile

With the ViSi Mobile monitoring system with Life-Threatening Arrhythmia Detection, Fall Detection, and Posture notifications, bedside staff can be notified of patient deterioration related to an adverse drug event in real-time and prevent delayed treatment and associated additional patient harm.

Lethal Arrhythmia Detection: The Next Step in Surveillance Monitoring

Our goal is to help hospitals improve patient safety across the enterprise with minimum impact on the alarm burden and clinical workflow. If we can help nurses detect patient deterioration early enough, further complications can be avoided.

Sepsis Prevention with Sotera Wireless Visi Mobile Monitoring System

By integrating ViSi Mobile with your hospital’s other technology, alarms can also be sent to staff phones and data can be uploaded into patient electronic medical records. See how Sotera can help with continuous, real-time vital sign monitoring while minimizing patient disruption.

ViSi Mobile Smart Tip - Pausing

When a patient is showering, traveling off of the unit, or being discharged, proper pause monitoring is needed. This is when vital signs monitoring needs to be stopped temporarily and you intend to restart monitoring the same patient with the same monitor. Monitoring may not be paused until the patient’s demographic data has been confirmed (on the Monitor) Here are a few things to guide you in Pausing, Resuming & Troubleshooting.

Electrolyte Imbalances and the Impact on ECG Waveforms

Alterations in various electrolytes such as potassium, sodium, magnesium, and calcium can have a significant impact on the electrical activity of the heart and in some situations can lead to lethal arrhythmias such as ventricular tachycardia and torsade de pointe or can potentiate cardiac rhythms that can lead to cardiac arrest such as changes in the QT interval. 

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.

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.

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.

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.