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New Report Shows Improved Rates of Diagnosis Utilizing Tech from Sotera Wireless

As personnel and funding shortages continue to increase pressure on healthcare services in a post-pandemic world, a new study published by the British Journal Of Anaesthesia suggests that ViSi Mobile remote patient surveillance technology holds the key to improved care and saving lives.

ViSi Tip - Transporting Patient Off of a Unit

Care delivered during transport and at the site of diagnostic testing or procedure should be equivalent to the level of care provided in the originating environment. Here are some tips to make the monitoring of the patient while utilizing ViSi Mobile, seamless. 

ViSi Mobile Monthly - August 2021

We've launched our first ViSi Mobile Newsletter with our August 2021 edition. Read More

ViSi Tip - Ambient Light

Ambient light occurs when an external light interferes with the optical sensor of a pulse oximeter. To prevent any issues with the ViSi Mobile thumb sensor, follow these steps.

ViSi Tip - Proper Thumb Sensor Placement

The Visi Mobile reusable thumb sensor is the most advanced vital sign sensor on the market today. Used in conjunction with the Visi Mobile Patient Monitoring System, the sensor provides continuous Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (cNIBP), and functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) monitoring.

Continuous Vital Sign Monitor ViSi Mobile is Now Even Easier to Procure

Sotera Wireless has announced today, August 10, 2021, a new update to ViSi Mobile's procurement structure, ensuring that it’s now even easier for clients to procure. The program is designed with simplicity of implementation in mind and increases efficiency for clinical staff as they treat patients throughout the day.

ViSi Tip: When to Replace Thumb SensorsThumb Sensors

A critical component of the ViSi Mobile system is our disposable thumb sensor. In order for the system to function properly, we have some best practices that will ensure the best possible outcomes for patients and ease of use for clinicians. 

How ViSi Mobile Helps Reduce the Occurrence of Pressure Ulcers

Pressure ulcers, decubitus ulcers, or bedsores are injuries to the skin and underlying tissue that can develop over hours or even days. These ulcers occur when bony areas of the body have prolonged contact with an external surface, such as a bed, causing pressure and decreased blood flow to the area, leading to necrosis of the skin. Even though pressure ulcers are adverse events that are considered avoidable or preventable, they continue to be a problem. ViSi Mobile can help.

How ViSi Mobile Reduces Alarm Fatigue With Smart Alarms

The Visi Mobile System assists with alarm management and reduces alarms in care units by focusing on only actionable, Smart Alarms.

What is HCAHPS and How ViSi Impacts It

By introducing ViSi Mobile into your hospital, staff can not only impact patient safety, save the hospital money by reducing events such as pressure ulcers and unanticipated deaths, the incorporation of ViSi Mobile surveillance monitoring can also help improve nursing workflow and VBP reimbursement.