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Isansys Lifecare to showcase its wireless patient monitoring technology which is helping save lives

Isansys Lifecare will be exhibiting its wearable technology and wireless patient monitoring platform at conhIT – Connecting Healthcare IT – on the 25th to the 27th April, 2017

Isansys Lifecare, a new generation digital healthcare company, is exhibiting at conhIT - Connecting Healthcare IT, to show how innovative technology can increase efficiencies in healthcare and enable patient outcomes to be improved.

The event, which takes place in the Berlin Exhibition Grounds, will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Europe‘s leading event for Health IT. Key topics will include digitalisation in the health industry and hospitals, e-health and apps, IT strategies and IT management, information and IT security and the Internet of Things.

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.

Michael Heinlein, an Isansys representative in Germany, said: “This is the first year Isansys has exhibited at conhIT and we are looking forward to showcasing the PSE at the exhibition which is supporting the daily work of clinicians working tirelessly to improve the quality of patient treatment.

“I am really looking forward to discussing how the Patient Status Engine can help these clinicians and nurses develop new methods to improve patient outcomes, reduce healthcare associated costs, shorten hospital stays, and facilitate proactive care. The PSE is proving to be extremely beneficial for patients and healthcare providers in other parts of the world and it’s great to have the opportunity to showcase it at conhIT.”

Isansys representatives will be available on Mobile Health ZONE (Stand A-112, hall 2.2).


Press Contacts:

Georgina Horton, PR and Marketing Executive

Tel: 01235 436225

Mob: 07852 181898

Email: georgina.horton@isansys.com

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