Mount Alvernia Hospital deploys RFID for continuous temperature monitoring for kids and automated mother-infant matching for newborns

Cadi Scientific, news release, December 29, 2014:   Mount Alvernia Hospital, a private general acute care hospital in Singapore, has deployed a wireless temperature monitoring system in its pediatric wards, the first hospital in Singapore to deploy such a system for use on children. It is also deploying a mother-infant matching system in its maternity…

Pantai KL Hospital deploys RFID for infant safety

Cadi Scientific, news release, November 28, 2014:   In a fast-paced hospital such as Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, a JCI-accredited premier healthcare facility under the Pantai Group of Hospitals in Malaysia, the ability to prevent any mother-infant mismatch at all times is paramount to providing quality care. With Cadi’s proven and unique SmartSense tag-to-tag wireless…

Daqing Women’s and Children’s Hospital in China rolls out SmartSense for wireless temperature monitoring, infant safety, and patient tracking

Cadi Scientific, news release, September 11, 2014: In an effort to enhance patient safety and reduce nurses’ workload, Daqing Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Heilongjiang, China, has rolled out the SmartSense infant safety system in its maternity ward and both the SmartSense temperature monitoring system and SmartSense patient tracking system in its pediatric ward. These systems…

KPJ Damansara Hospital in Malaysia deploys RFID to enhance infant safety

Cadi Scientific, news release, September 2, 2014: Cadi Scientific is pleased to welcome another prestigious Malaysian hospital, KPJ Damansara SpecialistHospital, as our latest client in Malaysia for our infant safety solution, which uses Cadi’s proven and unique SmartSense tag-to-tag wireless RFID technology. This technology will provide complete peace of mind to all mothers delivering at…

RFID ensures correct mother-infant-cot matching at Raffles Hospital

Cadi Scientific, news release, August 29, 2014: In May 2014, Raffles Hospital implemented a radio frequency identification (RFID) system which incorporates state-of-the-art technology to ensure the highest standards of safety and security for infants in all their maternity wards. All mothers who have just delivered at the hospital will have an RFID mother tag worn…

Raffles Hospital went live with computerized CTG analysis system at the labour ward

Cadi Scientific, news release, August 29, 2014: In May 2014, Raffles Hospital’s Labour Ward went live with the Omniview-SisPorto® central fetal monitoring system integrated with the Maternum labour and delivery module. The system provides automated computerized analysis of CTG (cardiotocographic) features and ST events with real-time alerts, to help clinicians make accurate fetal assessment in…

Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital uses Omniview-SisPorto® central fetal monitoring system to provide additional safety in fetal surveillance

Cadi Scientific, news release, June 6, 2014: Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital’s labour ward went live with the Omniview-SisPorto® during the ward’s official opening in April 2014. The Omniview-SisPorto is a central fetal monitoring system with automated computerized analysis of CTG (cardiotocographic) features and ST events to provide additional safety in fetal surveillance. This system aids…

Thailand’s Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital enhances infant safety by using RFID

Cadi Scientific newsletter, news article (summary), December 2013: Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital, a leading healthcare facility in Bangkok, has deployed an RFID system to further enhance infant safety and to improve patient experience. The new system, developed by a Singapore Company, uses active RFID tags to automate the process of matching mothers and infants throughout their…

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital use mother-infant-cot RFID tagging system to ensure correct identification of babies

联合早报 (Lianhe Zaobao), news article in Chinese (extract, translated), October 8, 2013: To avoid mistakes in matching mother and baby, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Gleneagles have rolled out a three-way newborn identification system linking mother, baby, and cot. This system has an added layer of identification, compared to other hospitals, because it ensures…

Gleneagles Hospital uses RFID to prevent baby mismatch

TODAY, news article (extract), October 4, 2013: Gleneagles Hospital has introduced a new feature to its infant identification system to give parents of newborns greater assurance and peace of mind. In addition to the usual two identity bands that are placed on babies’ ankles, the hospital has added another feature — radio frequency identification (RFID)…