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Nurses are typically responsible for multiple patients in different rooms during a 12-hour shift. Medical devices can help nurses determine whether a patient is stable or requires more attention, but they typically must be in the room with the devices to obtain that information. Visiting each patient every half hour to check on vital signs – the typical scenario – is a random and inefficient use of nurses’ valuable time.

The Bernoulli One™ platform overcomes this limitation by extending patient monitoring throughout the hospital to improve clinician response and enhance patient safety. Its ability to deliver real-time Insights through clinical surveillance to centralized dashboards and mobile devices helps nurses prioritize care by aiding in the early detection of risks and negative trends. With this information at their fingertips, clinicians are better prepared to deliver the right care to the right patient ahead of developing crises.

The fact that a patient is admitted to the hospital indicates they need to be monitored continually. Bernoulli One enables clinicians to use the information collected more effectively.

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Focus attention on the patients with the most urgent needs

While Bernoulli One™ can be used for active patient monitoring anywhere in the hospital, it is particularly effective in high acuity areas such as ICUs, operating rooms and post-anesthesia recovery units where timely response to developing events is critical. Its continuous assessment of the clinical status of critically ill patients detects rapid changes, enabling clinicians to create early interventions. With its FDA Class II clearance, Bernoulli One™ does more than simply pass alarm information. It captures data directly from medical devices, evaluates the input with native analytics, and provides clinicians with real-time actionable Insights at the point of care.

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Bernoulli One’s Insight Clinical Dashboard transforms medical device data into patient Insights, simplifying remote monitoring and alarm surveillance. The solution aggregates data from all of a patient’s devices, applying clinical rules logic and algorithms and subsequently displaying a prioritized worklist of at risk patients. The Bernoulli support team is available to help hospitals configure these decision capabilities based on their own specific clinical environment and protocols. In addition, Bernoulli One™ automates clinical data and flowsheets, allowing clinicians to spend more time on patient care by eliminating transcription errors and manual documentation time. The advanced capabilities are designed to supplement rather than replace current device monitoring procedures, delivering an extra layer of convenience and patient safety.

Use alarms intelligently to triage the @ risk

Bernoulli One™ has the capability to define, group and categorize alarm parameters that are independent of the device and its default alarm limits. In fact, it moves alarms away from individual devices and onto its central console to reduce issues around alarm fatigue – including the tendency to disable, silence or ignore alarms when they are deemed to have become a nuisance. As a result, alarms become restricted to those that absolutely require the attention of a clinician due to medical indications rather than an alert that shows a sensor has temporarily come loose. This type of high-value alarm management provides greater flexibility in determining which events are of note, giving hospitals the ability to perform more advanced clinical monitoring.

Make better decisions at the point of care with intelligent alarms

Information without context leads to indecision as clinicians attempt to discern what the information means and what actions are required. Bernoulli One™ integrates with IP-based messaging gateways, third-party messaging telephony systems and mobile devices used throughout hospitals for extending enterprise middleware purchases.

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