EWS

Keep watch &  intervene early

 

 

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Spot subtle signs of patient deterioration quickly

 

Almost half of unanticipated hospital deaths happen on the general ward*. So how do busy care providers know which patients to watch more closely? Early Warning Scoring can help, but manual calculations take time. IntelliVue Guardian Solution automates Early Warning Scoring (EWS) with the goal of improving the effectiveness of your Rapid Response Teams.

 

Put time on your side

By automatically acquiring vital signs, IntelliVue Guardian can help to identify early patient deterioration, often hours before an adverse event. Customized to your own escalation protocols, the system provides a standardized view of key parameters. Deviations are noted, re-verified and immediately passed to appropriate responders.

 

More and more hospitals are seeking to implement EWS as an adjunct to their Rapid Response Teams. IntelliVue Guardian gives you an advantage by leveraging the value of objective, actionable Early Warning Scoring to help improve patient outcomes.

EWS helps identify patients at risk

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See how IntelliVue Guardian Solution collects patient data to improve response effectiveness.

 

Benefits:

 

  •  Smoother workflow
  •  Streamlined communication
  •  Reduced human error
  •  Aids quick response at the point of care
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* Rutherford P, Lee B, Greiner A. Transforming Care at the Bedside. IHI Innovation Series white paper. Boston: Institute for Healthcare Improvement; 2004.  (Available on www.IHI.org)