ViSi MobileⓇ is designed to provide continuous surveillance monitoring for patients in general care settings.
Current Monitoring Protocol
ViSi Mobile bridges the gap between intermittent spot checking and ICU intensive monitoring. With continuous surveillance monitoring of key vital signs, early recognition and detection of patient deterioration enables clinicians to make timely and effective interventions.
Why ViSi Now?
Advanced monitoring is standard in ICUs, yet nearly half of all adverse events in hospitalized patients occur on the general care ward1,2,3 where current monitoring protocols typically consist of intermittent spot checks about every 4-8 hours.
This leaves patients unmonitored for most of the time4 where subtle abnormalities in vital signs go undetected until complications arise.
Studies have shown that continuous vital signs monitoring is associated with significant improvements in key clinical outcomes in patients treated in the general care ward.5,6
The ViSi Mobile comprehensive vital signs monitoring system keeps clinicians connected to their patients, whether in bed, in transport, or while ambulating because even one failure-to-rescue is one too many.
1 AHA database, 2013
3 Schein RM et al. Clinical antecedents to in-hospital cardiopulmonary arrest. Chest 1990;98: 1388-92.
4 Leuvan CH, Mitchell I. Missed opportunities? An observational study of vital sign measurements. Crit Care Resusc. 2008;10(2):111–5.
5 Bellomo R, Ackerman M, Bailey M, Beale R, Clancy G, Danesh V, Hvarfner A, Jimenez E, Konrad D, Lecardo M, et al. A controlled trial of electronic automated advisory vital signs monitoring in general hospital wards. Crit Care Med. 2012;40(8):2349–61.
6 Subbe CP, Duller B, Bellomo R. Effect of an automated notification system for deteriorating ward patients on clinical outcomes. Crit Care. 2017;21(1):52.
avoid expensive, preventable adverse events
more efficient use of clinician time with less spot check monitoring, efficient vital signs management, and EHR integration
patients in lower cost beds and out of the ICU with lower mortality and lower readmissions
patient safety by recognizing early deterioration and enhances patient experience by allowing them to rest undisturbed and increases charting accuracy
See ViSi Mobile in action for yourself
Our goal is to help hospitals improve patient safety across the enterprise with minimum impact to the alarm burden and clinical workflow. If we can help nurses detect patient deterioration early enough, further complications can be avoided.
Together, let’s make continuous monitoring the new standard of care for step-down and/or general floor units.
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