Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring
October 21, 2022
Using Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring in General Wards
Continuous vital sign monitoring devices could be a useful tool for detecting clinical deterioration earlier, allowing clinicians to intervene earlier, especially since subtle changes in vital signs are often present 8 to 24 hours before a life-threatening event such as ICU admission, cardiac arrest, or death. But how effective are they in alarming health providers about the patient's status?
September 12, 2022
Vital Sign Monitoring For Early Intervention In General Care Units
Patient monitoring in low-acuity general hospital wards is now dependent largely on nursing staff's intermittent observations and measurements of the vital signs. In a fast-paced environment, timely detection of changes in vital signs may provide a critical early indication of potential health problems. Continuous wireless vital sign monitoring provides an effective and efficient means of patient vital sign monitoring in general care units.