The use of ViSi Mobile surveillance monitoring in the Quality Improvement Project 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. Learn more: https://www.soterawireless.com/evidence
American Journal of Nursing Article Shows ViSi
Mobile Yields Improved Outcomes
General care ward monitoring protocols typically consist of intermittent
spot checks every 4-8 hours. However, patient deteriorations often
occur between the checks.
Continuous monitoring of patients in all acute care
settings can help you prevent costly adverse events,
readmissions, and even avoidable deaths!
Sotera Wireless, a California-based health technology
company, announced the launch of its updated
comprehensive vital signs monitoring system, ViSi
A new article published in the
American Journal of Nursing shows
that continuous physiological
monitoring using ViSi Mobile improves
97% of patient deterioration events
were recognized and treated as a
result of this continuous monitoring.
ViSi Mobile bridges the gap between intermittent spot-
checking and ICU intensive monitoring.
The system utilizes comfortable body-
worn sensors that allow freedom of
movement. The device monitors
posture and has a fall detection
It enables highly accurate monitoring of all vital
signs, including blood pressure, skin
temperature, heart and pulse rate, 3-lead or 5-
lead ECG, SpO2, and respiration rate.
This leads to more efficient use of clinician time with less spot-check
monitoring and allows keeping patients in lower-cost beds and out of
75% of adverse events and
preventable deaths occur outside
of ICU in unmonitored beds.
By implementing a precise continuous
surveillance monitoring system for your
patients, you can improve patient
outcomes, avoid costly adverse events,
and improve clinical workflow.
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