Early detection of patient deterioration

Sensium® is the only end-to-end system designed and optimised exclusively for ambulatory patients, enabling early detection of deterioration of patients in general medical and surgical wards.

Early detection of patient deterioration

Sensium® is a discreet, wearable, wireless system for monitoring vital signs of patients outside of high acuity areas. By notifying clinicians of changes in patients’ vital signs, Sensium® brings the nurse earlier to the deteriorating patient.

PATIENT DETERIORATION

75% of all adverse events and preventable deaths occur outside the ICU in unmonitored beds.1

The solution

Sensium®, seamless ambulatory monitoring for the general ward population.

Changes to vital signs were present prior to 75% of in-hospital cardiac arrest deaths.2

$ £ € £3M treatment cost for avoidable Hospital acquired septsis

Each UK NHS trust spends more than £3M annually treating avoidable hospital aquired sepsis .3

36,000 bed days saved 10% reduction in LOS

36,000 bed days saved in general wards in each UK NHS Trust with a 10% reduction in Length-Of-Stay.4

Sensium® provides tangible benefits for the patient, clinical teams and for the hospital.

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For the patient

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For the hospital

My passion for the Sensium Vitals system is driven by the irrefutable patient safety benefits it offers. Experience elsewhere shows that 100% side room hospital designs can be associated with higher patient risk, particularly if the nursing and other staff presence isn't enhanced to compensate for this.
I believe that Sensium Vitals can bring safety to this environment in a cost-effective way. With Sensium Vitals installed, the New Royal can be the safest hospital in the UK in which patients can enjoy privacy and safety together.


Gary Masterson
Consultant in Critical Care Medicine & Anaesthesia, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

We at the West Middlesex are excited to be involved with the development of this cutting edge technology and believe that if applied successfully it will improve our patient safety, patient experience and quality of care.
We are enjoying working in partnership with Sensium and look forward to seeing the outcomes of this quality improvement project.


Dr Emma Rowlandson
Consultant in Acute Medicine, Acute Medical Unit, West Middlesex University Hospital

This could certainly have a use in the emergency department and from the emergency care phase right through the first couple of days in hospital when the patient is much more liable to deteriorate.


Tim Coats
Professor of Emergency Medicine, Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Leicester

We have picked up episodes where the patient has begun to become unwell that we otherwise wouldn’t have done at such an early stage with standard intermittent monitoring.


David Jayne
Professor of Surgery, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

I believe that Sensium Vitals has enabled us to improve the safety of our patients, as the continuous monitoring notifies staff of changes/deterioration in their vital signs.
The notifications in vital signs alert the nurses to check their patients, allowing earlier interventions to be made, therefore preventing potential deterioration. I consider this supplementary monitoring an enhancement to patient safety and enriches the patient’s journey.


ANGELA GILLESPIE
Ward manager, Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospital

The patches help staff focus their efforts on the patients who needed the most support, It prioritises you.
Nothing will ever replace complete clinical observation and the assessment of the patients. What this does is alert you sooner, so you can fulfil those observations and assessments of the patient and activate the appropriate care and treatment for them.


Lynette Awdrey
Matron, Montefiore Hospital Brighton

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