• * The use of the trademark SafetyNet is under license from University HealthSystem Consortium.

Patient SafetyNet Connects Patients and Caregivers

 

Masimo Patient SafetyNet is a remote monitoring and clinician notification system which displays near real time information from any connected Masimo device at a central station and allows for alarms and alerts from the bedside devices to be sent directly to clinicians via pager or 3rd party gateway to IP phones.

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Select Studies with Patient SafetyNet

 

In a study published in Anesthesiology, researchers found that Patient SafetyNet helped improve clinical outcomes1

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*The calculation of reduced rapid response activations by 65% was based on reduction of rescue events from 3.4 per 1000 discharges to 1.2 per 1000 discharges.

In their initial 11 month evaluation of Patient SafetyNet on a single 36-bed orthopedic postsurgical unit, researchers found a significant reduction in rapid response team activations and unplanned ICU transfers.1

Due to the decreased ICU transfer rate, an annualized total of 135 days in the ICU were saved. Upon expansion of the system to all post-surgical units, a second unit realized a 30% decrease in ICU transfer rate and a corresponding annual total of 168 days in the ICU saved.1

In another article published in the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Newsletter, researchers found that:

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† Since expansion, no patients suffered irreversible, severe brain damage or died as a result of respiratory depression from opioids over a 5-year period.

Since Patient SafetyNet was instituted on a post-surgical orthopedic unit in 2007, there were no patients that suffered irreversible severe brain damage or death as a result of respiratory depression from opioids over a five year period.2

When analyzing the financial impact of the reduction in ICU transfers and the reduction in ICU length of stay for a patient with transfer, versus the implementation and operating expenses associated with the system, the realized annual opportunity cost savings was $1.48 million on a single post-surgical unit.2

System Overview

 

Configurable screens allow you to view the number of patients, clinical measurements, and level of detail that are important to you

With Patient SafetyNet, you choose the system configurations that meet your clinical needs. You can display near real-time data from up to 40 patients at a time and select up to five parameters based on your patient population and clinical practices.

 

Main View (Numeric): View up to five parameter values and alarm status of all patients at a glance

 

Patient Detail View: View up to 96 hours of history from all monitored parameters with an easy-to-use touchscreen

 

Main View (Icon): View a digital depiction of alarm status for as many as 40 patients

Information at Your Fingertips

 

Flexible and convenient access with the ability to generate and print reports from any hospital computer, eliminating the need to download data directly from the bedside device.

The example shows the ability to trend a patient's respiratory rate and oxygen saturation.

Specify the start and end times for report data to asses a patient’s oxygenation and respiration rate information during important time periods, such as overnight and sleeping hours.

Patient trend analysis
  1. Key identifying information
  2. Graphical representation of parametric data
  3. Generate statistics on the parametric data based on user defined thresholds
  4. Trend graphs display parametric data for oximetry and respiration rate

References:

  1. 1.

    Taenzer AH et al. Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Newsletter Spring-Summer 2012.

  2. 2.

    Taenzer AH et al. Anesthesiology. 2010;112(2);282-287.

RESOURCES

 

Masimo - Brochure, Patient SafetyNet

Brochure

Masimo - Sales Tool, Medical-Surgical Connectivity Solution

Sales Tool

Organization Recommendations

Medical Device Alarm Safety in Hospitals

Medical Device Alarm Safety in Hospitals

Safe Use of Opioids in Hospitals

Weinger et al. No Patient Shall Be Harmed By Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression

Clinical Studies

Value of Patient SafetyNet™

Value of Patient SafetyNet™

Dartmouth-Hitchcock 2011 Nursing Annual Report: Continuous Patient Surveillance Monitoring, Published on May 2, 2012 by Dartmouth-Hitchcock
As part of Dartmouth-Hitchcock's 2011 Nursing Annual Report, Nancy Karon, BSN, RN, ONC at Dartmouth-Hitchcock discusses how SafetyNet™ helps save lives at one of the nation’s leading hospitals.

 

Taenzer et al. Impact of Pulse Oximetry Surveillance on Rescue Events and Intensive Care Unit Transfers: A Before-and-After Concurrence Study. 2010.

Taenzer et al. Postoperative Monitoring–The Dartmouth Experience

Shah N et al. Performance of three new-generation pulse oximeters during motion and low perfusion in volunteers

Learning from the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Experience

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