Search Tag: Continuous Monitoring

ICU Management

2024 17 May

  Physiological monitoring has a rich 200-year history. In this article, the authors look into the components of an ideal monitoring system and highlight how advancements in modern technology could enable the development of an effective continuous monitoring and response system.   The continuous monitoring of patient vital signs is a required...Read more

IT Management

2022 10 May

John Wilson joins physIQ to drive revenue growth in the life sciences continuum Chris Englerth will refine strategy for physIQ brand, advance presence in healthcare and life sciences markets   A leader in digital medicine,  physIQ  announced the appointment of two new members to its executive leadership team to accelerate the organization’s...Read more

ICU Management

2021 22 Feb

Perioperative cardiorespiratory compromise is common and goes largely undetected. Predictive cardiorespiratory indices can help in early detection of harmful deviations and guide preemptive treatment. Using continuous cardiorespiratory monitoring coupled with these tools, we now know which patients are likely to decompensate both within and outside...Read more

ICU Management

2020 30 Jun

ABSTRACT This review discusses the importance of continuous, real-time monitoring of urine flow in critical care patients and its potential role in Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) and fluid management in a variety of clinical conditions.  Real-time, reliable monitoring of urine flow enables clinicians to detect early signs of kidney injury, and facilitates...Read more

ICU Management

2020 19 May

Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) develops in over 55% of ICU patients patients (Hoste et al. 2015). As infections and the need for mechanical ventilation are known to be among the high-risk factors for the development of AKI (Bellomo et al. 2017), the incidence may be even higher in the COVID-19 era. For ICU patients with COVID-19 or other complex...Read more

ICU Management

2019 14 Mar

Finding patients before they crash might be the next major opportunity to improve patient safety. This article describes recent advances and perspectives for ward monitoring with wearable sensors and smart algorithms.   Hospital wards are dangerous. Indeed, they are where most unexpected deaths occur within institutions. In a UK national audit...Read more