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Vital Sign Monitoring for Early Signs of Sepsis

Sotera Digital Health’s proprietary ViSi Mobile Monitoring System has been announced, outlining ViSi Mobile’s suite of advanced features and its capacity to address the rise of Sepsis cases in the US and beyond.

Sotera Hires New VP Of Global Sales and Marketing, Derek Sanz

The news of Mr. Sanz’s recruitment marks another step forward for the Carlsbad, CA-based makers of ViSi Mobile – an advanced patient-vital sign monitoring solution for healthcare facilities.

Sotera Wireless, Inc.'s ViSi Mobile Eases Clinical Workload with cNIBP

Carlsbad, California- (Newsfile Corp. - July 4, 2022) - Sotera Wireless, Inc.'s ViSi Mobile system eases clinical workflow, reduces charting, and reduces clinical burnout while supporting the clinical team to see a full view of the patient's health which leads to better patient outcomes. ViSi Mobile's cNIBP is revolutionary.

Wireless Vital Sign Monitoring 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.

Acute Hospital Care at Home – Hospital Partnership Opportunity

We are excited to have an approved monitoring-at-home opportunity to make the Acute Hospital at Home program easier to manage and are currently seeking hospital partners to explore working together towards creating an effective Acute Hospital Care at Home program.Our latest announcement comes as health care providers are looking for ways to formalize and systematize the breakthrough technologies and approaches to patient care that were triggered by the pandemic.

New Report of Diagnosis Utilizing Tech from Sotera Digital Health

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.

Continuous Physiological Monitoring Using ViSi Mobile

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.