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27 September 2019 - Sensium are delighted to announce the launch of their Clinical Research Program supporting original clinical research demonstrating the benefits of continuous wireless monitoring and early detection of patient deterioration.

 

SENSIUM, a global pioneer in Wireless Patient Deterioration Detection, are delighted to announce the launch of their Clinical Research Program. Building on the positive results of SENSIUM research to date, the Clinical Research Program encourages investigators, organizations and industry to pursue original clinical research demonstrating the benefits of continuous wireless monitoring and early detection of patient deterioration.

The program, launched this month, will offer support to successful applicants which may include scientific, technical, data analysis and training assistance. It could also include financial support with research funding, joint research grant submissions and discounted product.

Alison Burdett, Chief Scientific Officer at Sensium stated ‘‘Sensium passionately believe in the benefits of early detection of patient deterioration for general care patients who do not currently have the safety and security of continuous wireless vital sign monitoring. We understand the importance of evidence-based healthcare and clinical validation of technology and are keen to partner with clinical researchers who share our ambitious view for healthcare in the twenty-first century.’’

Prof. Benedikt Preckel, Professor of Anesthesiology at the Amsterdam University Medical Centers, location Academic Medical Centre (AMC), headed up the team that selected Sensium as the remote monitoring solution for their SHEPHERD study, investigating the clinical benefit of remote wireless monitoring on a surgical ward. He stated of the Clinical Research Program ‘‘Changing the status quo is not easy and we have had to overcome several barriers to introduce this new technology into the clinical routine of nurses. We have found SENSIUM extremely responsive and supportive in solving problems to establish our research project. I’m delighted to hear about the new Clinical Research Program which will encourage others to investigate the patient benefits of continuous wireless vital sign monitoring.’’

Proposals for research should be submitted by downloading the Sensium Research Proposal Form available via the website, and emailing the completed form to research@sensium.co.uk

Further information about the programme can be found at www.sensium.co.uk/research

 

 

 

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