Sensium® is a discreet, wearable, wireless system for monitoring vital signs of patients outside of high acuity areas. By using a light comfortable sensor worn on the patients chest, Sensium® accurately and reliably monitors and reports heart rate, respiration rate and axillary temperature providing data every two minutes. By notifying clinicians of changes in patients’ vital signs, Sensium® brings the nurse to the deteriorating patient. The Sensium® platform ensures clinicians have the data they need to act on deteriorating patients in any setting, including pre and post hospital admission.

75% of all adverse events and preventable deaths occur outside the ICU in unmonitored beds1

Sensium® will detect deterioration as soon as it happens and notify the necessary clinician allowing early clinical intervention

In general care areas of the hospital, vital signs are typically taken during routine observation rounds once every four to eight hours.

If a patient deteriorates between these observation rounds the warning signs can go undetected for hours, potentially leading to serious and costly consequences.

Sensium® patient data when and where you need it.

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

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For the clinician

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For the hospital