RFID ensures correct mother-infant-cot matching at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital

Cadi Scientific, news release, June 6, 2014:

Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital went live with the Cadi SmartSense infant safety system for mother-infant-cot matching as part of the hospital’s initiative to provide the highest standard of care at their maternity wards. All mothers who have just delivered at the hospital can expect to have a radio frequency identification (RFID) mother tag worn on their wrist, an RFID infant tag worn on their infant’s ankle, and an RFID cot tag attached to the infant’s cot. The system ensures that, at all times, an infant is always brought to the right mother and always placed in the right cot, giving mothers added peace of mind and a better experience.

 

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