Monthly Archives: February 2017

CareTaker Medical will be hosting some live demonstrations of their wireless vital sign technology within…

CareTaker Medical will be hosting some live demonstrations of their wireless vital sign technology within the “Intelligent Health Pavilion” – Kiosk 54.

Come and see how the use of a comfortable finger cuff to measure Continuous Non-Invasive “Beat-by-Beat” Blood Pressure (“CNIBP”), Heart Rate (“HR”), Respiration Rate (“RR”), and other physiological parameter combined with Visensia – The Safety Index for the early and advanced detection of patient deterioration, will help improve patient care and outcomes in those units or areas currently not being continuously monitored.

OBS Medical will once again be attending the HIMSS annual conference and exhibition to showcase Visensia – The Safety Index for the advanced and early detection of patient deterioration. Highlights include – Dr James Whitticase presentation on Connexall Booth #1903 – “Intelligent Patient Monitoring – Better Outcomes”

Latest HIMSS17 News: Dr James Whitticase will be presenting “Intelligent Patient Monitoring – Better…

Latest HIMSS17 News:

Dr James Whitticase will be presenting “Intelligent Patient Monitoring – Better Outcomes” on the Connexall Booth# 1903 on Wednesday 22nd Feb from 11:15am to 12pm
Be sure to come and watch the presentation and to learn about the future of Artificial Intelligence and its potential role in intelligent alarm management and workflow platforms.

CareTaker Medical will also be hosting some live demonstrations of their wearable technology within the “Intelligent Health Pavilion” – Kiosk 54 and its integration with Visensia – The Safety Index for the advanced detection of patient deterioration.

OBS Medical will once again be attending the HIMSS annual conference and exhibition to showcase Visensia – The Safety Index for the advanced and early detection of patient deterioration. Highlights include – Dr James Whitticase presentation on Connexall Booth #1903 – “”Intelligent Patient Monitoring – Better Outcomes”