The first step is to have the patient wear the biosensor patch. The single-use, wearable patch adheres to the chest of the patient and wirelessly captures, records, and transmits the body vitals of the patient.
The captured patient data is transmitted in real time to a centralised dashboard, which can be monitored by the nurse at the nurses’ station or by the patient’s doctor remotely, no matter where they are. The dashboard can display real time vitals for upto 24 patients on one screen, with a maximum limit of 94 patients.
Threshold indicator for each patient can be customised for each parameter. Every time there is a threshold breach for any of the connected patients, an immediate alert is sent out to the dashboard and to the nurse’s phone. This ensures timely & collaborative medical attention to patients.
The trends of the patient’s vitals for all chosen parameters are updated every 30 minutes. This ensures an overall view of the patient’s progress is available to be able to take well informed medical decisions.
Updated digital case files of all patients are available in real time, which can be shared or printed whenever required. This ensures significant saving of the time spent by a nurse to manually record and upload vitals into the system.