APR Berlin Exhibition Grounds South entrance (Jafféstraße)
The aim of DMEA is to promote digital networking across faculties and sectors and in doing so to address relevant new audiences. The digital transformation is increasingly impacting on the nursing sector, resident practitioners, hospital doctors and companies looking to enter the healthcare sector with innovative products and services. The Trade Fair, Academy, Congress and Networking events at DMEA will address these audiences in even more individual ways. At the same sufficient room will be given to topical subjects such as artificial intelligence and blockchains.
Isansys Lifecare’s representatives will be available throughout the three days to talk to delegates about the ground-breaking and practical work it is doing with hospitals globally and with other healthcare organisations to deliver the best care for patients and enable improved patient monitoring and alerting both in hospital and at home.
Isansys, a best in class digital healthcare company, has created the Patient Status Engine (PSE), a new generation patient monitoring platform which collects and analyses patients’ vital signs and other relevant data, alerts doctors and nurses if a person’s health is deteriorating and provides a robust and auditable record of the patient’s healthcare journey.
The PSE is a complete end-to-end, CE marked, Class IIa medical device which uses wireless body-worn sensors to automatically collect and analyse six vital signs in real-time including heart rate, respiration rate, temperature, oxygen saturation, blood pressure and coma (or pain) score. The PSE provides accurate beat by beat information, second by second saturation levels, ECG and PPG on request.
Currently Isansys is working on a ground-breaking project at a hospital in Germany which is using the PSE to enable patients to be transferred earlier from intensive care units to normal wards or to help prevent patients from being sent to ICU altogether.
Isansys representatives will be available in Hall 2.2 Stand C-103