Wireless Vital Signs Monitoring

As hospitals progress towards the digital hospital era, more information can be made available digitally. SmartSense provides a user-friendly solution that enables nurses to input patients’ daily clinical parameters such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, SpO2, respiration, pain level, SMD, etc. via any mobile PC.  These parameters will be automatically plotted and displayed on the online clinical chart.smartsense-vital-signs

The vital signs dashboard provides healthcare providers with a clear and comprehensive summary of all these charts on one screen. The patient’s clinical chart, trend and latest vital signs can be accessed by doctors, anytime and anywhere in the hospital using this web-based application. During a transfer, patients’ clinical and vital signs data can be handed over to the next department automatically. Unnecessary phone calls and paperwork is eliminated and continuity of care is ensured. Standard interfaces are also available to interface the clinical data to other hospital systems such as EMR.
The ThermoSensor and SmartSense medical device interface (MDI) software solution can also be added to automatically and wirelessly send the temperature, blood pressure, pulse and SpO2 values into the SmartSense server. Instant alerts on abnormal vital signs will be sent to the dashboard to notify the caregivers, cutting down on response times, reducing nurses’ workload and further enhancing patient care.

Wireless Vital Signs Wearable for Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring

For continuous, wireless & automatic vital signs monitoring, Sotera Wireless ViSi Mobile (ViSi) will be a perfect solution for hospitals. ViSi is the world’s first wearable vital signs monitor that accurately measures all vital signs including CNiBP, NiBP, ECGs & Respirations, HR, PR, SPO2, Motions & Postures, continuously leveraging on hospital’s existing WiFi infrastructure.
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ViSi Mobile provides continuous vital signs with actionable alarms that resulted in meaningful nursing intervention that improve patient safety.  In addition, it allows patients on hourly / frequent monitoring to have more undisturbed rest at night as nurses no longer are required to come around to perform spot measurement. Nurses save time on manual vital signs taking, 24 times a day per patient for patients on hourly monitoring.


For more information, please email us at info@cadi.com.sg or call +65 6276 2676 today. Our staff will help to arrange a meeting/presentation/demonstration at your convenient time and venue.  (For Singapore Customers Only)