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Isansys Lifecare, market-leader in new generation wireless patient monitoring technology, today announces that a key method patent has been granted by the US Patent Office which will broadly protect the construction and methods used by Isansys to recycle its Lifetouch and Lifetemp wireless body-worn sensors.
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Multi-million savings, improved patient outcomes and economic and social benefits achieved by investing in SBRI projects.
News • Sep 17, 2018 12:01 BST
Isansys Wireless Patient Monitoring Technology Wins Business Award For Making a “Real Difference to People’s Lives”
News • Jul 10, 2018 09:20 BST
Isansys Lifecare is celebrating after winning a Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Award 2018 for its innovative vital signs monitoring platform for improved patient outcomes and better care
News • Sep 14, 2017 11:25 BST
Isansys Lifecare’s new generation patient monitoring technology has today been featured in a Channel 4 programme which sees the implementation of the first “full-body rig” – a network of monitors that track the body’s inner-workings in forensic detail
News • Jul 13, 2017 12:49 BST
Isansys Lifecare Ltd is proud to announce it has been shortlisted for the Celebration of Innovation Awards 2017, a prestigious award celebrating the best of innovation in healthcare.
Isansys’ ‘washable’ high-tech patient sensors feature in the Government’s latest Great Britain campaign
News • Jul 11, 2017 12:57 BST
Isansys Lifecare is delighted to announce that we have been chosen to feature in the Government's “GREAT for Imagination” campaign.
News • Mar 13, 2017 15:42 GMT
Patient Status Engine and Lifetouch™ ‘smart bandage’ technology has now monitored more than 1,000 patients in a ground-breaking project transforming the way young patients are cared for
News • Dec 01, 2016 15:39 GMT
We are delighted to be featured on the BBC’s CBBC show Operation Ouch! Isansys Lifecare is the company that created the Patient Status Engine, a continuous patient monitoring system which was demonstrated on the programme.
News • Oct 20, 2016 15:37 BST
Isansys Lifecare, a new generation digital healthcare company from Oxford, has fought off competition from across the country to be nominated for a prestigious national innovation award which will see the company heading to Parliament later this month.
News • Aug 15, 2016 15:35 BST
Isansys’ vital signs monitoring platform recognised as a leading technology for innovation and change in healthcare delivery
News • May 31, 2016 15:20 BST
Isansys Lifecare, a new generation digital healthcare company, sees rapidly increasing global demand for its Patient Status Engine wireless patient monitoring platform, as it ships more systems to hospitals in India, Germany, Scotland and Norway
News • Dec 14, 2015 15:13 GMT
Wireless hospital sensors: CEO Keith Errey talks to BBC Radio Oxford about the Patient Status Engine, how this new technology is set to be rolled out across the NHS, and the difference it will actually make to parents and those using the system
News • Nov 12, 2015 11:17 GMT
Technology developed by a company supported by Innovate UK is set to revolutionise the way seriously ill children are monitored and cared for
News • Oct 05, 2015 15:08 BST
Isansys Lifecare is celebrating after winning the Best Public-Private Collaboration Award, sponsored by the Oxford AHSN, for its innovative vital signs monitoring platform which is designed to improve patient safety and healthcare delivery in general
News • May 22, 2015 15:04 BST
Since the beginning of 2015, Isansys has been busy attending conferences and exhibitions to showcase its second generation Patient Status Engine, a continuous wireless patient monitoring and analysis platform.
News • Feb 26, 2015 14:52 GMT
The problem of patient safety persists, with about 1.2 million reported patient care incidents in NHS hospitals last year alone. Now a ground-breaking wireless patient digitisation platform is being extended to address critical patient safety issues and enable improved patient monitoring and alerting both in hospital and at home