Isansys Teams Up With 42 Gears in the Battle Against COVID-19
It’s imperative for healthcare institutions to adopt emerging technologies, such as advanced patient monitoring technology, to support their hospital staff to deliver better care.
Blog: A new beginning - A thought piece from industry pioneers in wireless remote patient monitoring
Covid-19 has been a wake-up call for the nation and the world. Healthcare providers have had to rapidly find new ways of working and now technologies developed over the last decade to enhance the remote patient/ physician relationship are now coming into their own. At Isansys, we are now completely prepared for this new beginning.
Sepsis can be detected and treated early with new wireless patient monitoring technology
Sepsis patients can be diagnosed and treated earlier with the help of new technology available for patients in any healthcare setting including hospitals, care homes, and even patient’s own homes.Rese
Sepsis can be detected early using new technology enabling patients to receive timely treatment
Research by BBC News this week showed that a quarter of patients with sepsis have experienced delays in getting treatment. Hospitals are supposed to put a person on an antibiotic drip within an hour i
Brexit and the effect on the UK medical device industry - How one company has dealt with the challenge
For a long time the restless elephant in the room, Brexit has now turned into an angry bull, still locked down but ready to erupt and no matter which side of this now existential divide you stand on,
Patient Status Engine Captures Real-time Health Data From the Comfort of Your Own Home
Mike Wilson and his wife Liz had the opportunity to try the Patient Status Engine, a wireless patient monitoring platform which measures single lead ECG, heart rate, respiration rate, temperature, blood pressure and body position. The results were staggering....
Meet Sam Sys
Meet Sam Sys, Isansys' hero. He has to go into hospital but is scared because of his previous experience. Once he is told about the new revolutionary monitoring platform which will look after him wherever he goes, he feels much more comfortable and settled. Little does he know it will turn him into a superhero...
Precision Patient Moniting - the next generation
The Patient Status Engine observes every heartbeat, every breath, oxygen saturation every second, temperature every minute and blood pressure as required allowing doctors and nurses to monitor patients better, more closely, more efficiently, and continuously. Clinicians can use it to automatically upload data and draw new insights and tailor care pathways to the needs of the individual patient
The Patient Status Engine - Moving higher acuity healthcare closer to home
Almost everyday we hear yet another story of things going wrong in hospitals. Patients do not receive timely care, there are too many adverse events and avoidable deaths and hospital acquired infectio
The Future of Patient Monitoring is Here...
Vast sums spent dealing with patient safety issues are wasted, unnecessary and unsustainable. Monitoring patients better to know their status at all times is one of the very few proven actions that can be done to address this crisis. The focus needs to shift to one that actively promotes good health practices and move the burden of acute care from the hospital to the home.
Stopping Sepsis in its Tracks
Existing research clearly highlights early detection of patient deterioration is vital to improving patient safety and avoiding preventable deaths. One solution to this is remote monitoring systems that use wireless, sensing and information technologies to continuously collect and analyse patient data, especially from those patients deemed clinically to be most at risk of contracting sepsis.
Urgent changes in healthcare need to be made to provide better care
The multiple stories of parents of young children who died on a controversial cardiac ward are a stark reality that more needs to be done to bring about significant changes in healthcare practice and