Patient Monitoring

Confidence in the moment

Philips EarlyVue VS30 with Masimo rainbow SET® helping you cover general care

Continuous monitoring technology partner
Philips EarlyVue VS30 with Masimo rainbow SET® monitors core vitals and more advanced parameters, including acoustic respiration rate and noninvasive hemoglobin. Now, you can gain in-depth insights into your patients’ health status at a glance.

No matter where in general care

Philips EarlyVue VS30 with Masimo rainbow SET® helps you identify important trends in your patient’s condition that inform your next step.
Confidence in the moment

Confidence in the moment

Even as you’re making rounds, you can keep a close monitor on each of your patient’s core vitals and more advanced parameters with automated Early Warning Scoring (EWS).
Comprehensive integration

Comprehensive integration

Empowered clinical choices start with in-depth information, including respiration rate. Configure your monitor with a choice of completely integrated SpO2 technology and add the Masimo rainbow Acoustic Monitoring® respiration rate for even more comprehensive information.
Consistently informed

Consistently informed

In between blood draws, stay on top of your at-risk, post-operative or anemic patients’ hemoglobin trends by adding continuous, non-invasive hemoglobin monitoring with Masimo SpHb®.

An increasing number of patients come into general care with acute symptoms and arrive sooner to the ICU - developing a need for medical treatment and monitoring

Older patients

Older patients

35% of all hospital visits are for patients 65+1 despite a 4% drop in hospitalization for this age group from 2008-2012.
Sicker patients

Sicker patients

Increasing number of patients with more complex health problems who are far more likely to become seriously ill during their admission.2
At-risk patients

At-risk patients

35% of at-risk patients discharged from the ICU die on the general ward.3

Respiration insufficiency or failure is the most common reason for return to the ICU4

Respiration insufficiency

Respiratory rate is often inconsistently, incorrectly and infrequently measured.
 

A recent survey of general care nurses revealed:
 

  • Oxygen saturation is relied on 60% of the time to evaluate respiratory dysfunction4
  • Respiratory rate was the only parameter recorded less than 50% of the time5
  • 27.4% of respondents indicated they make quick assessments of respiratory rate4

Postoperative and anemic patients can be at risk for internal bleeding6

Seventeen percent
of patients admitted to medical surgical wards will experience post-operative serious adverse events.7
Traditional invasive
Traditional invasive laboratory methods can only give intermittent and delayed hemoglobin results.
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Philips and Masimo are creating the future of measurement and monitoring

  • Philips and Masimo partnership

    Philips and Masimo partnership

    Philips and Masimo partner to deliver the future of continuous patient monitoring

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  • Masimo rainbow SET™ enhance Phillips lntelliVue patient monitors

    Masimo rainbow SET™ enhance Phillips lntelliVue patient monitors

    Noninvasive SpHb and SPO² measurement with motion and low perfusion™ pulse oximetry.

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References

 

  1. Weiss AJ, Elixhauser A; Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project. Overview of Hospital Stays in the United States, 2012. hcup-us.ahrq.gov - Hospitalizations-United-States 2012. Published October 2014. Accessed October 1, 2019.
  2. Ryan H, Cadman C, Hann L. Setting standards for assessment of ward patients at risk of deterioration. Br J Nurs. 2004;13(20):1185-1189.
  3. Rowan KM, Kerr JH, Major E, McPherson K, Short A, Vessey MP. Intensive Care Society’s APACHE II study in Britain and Ireland—I. Variations in case mix of adult admissions to general intensive care units and impact on outcome. BMJ. 1993;307(6910): 972-977.
  4. Mok W, Wang W, Cooper S, Ang EN, Liaw SY. Attitudes towards vital signs monitoring in the detection of clinical deterioration: scale development and survey of ward nurses. Int J Qual Health Care. 2015;27(3):207-213.
  5. Hogan J. Why don’t nurses monitor the respiratory rates of patients? Br J Nurs. 2006; 15(9):489-492.
  6. Ferraris VA. Preoperative identification of patients at high risk for postoperative bleeding. Medscape. medscape.org/viewarticle/564371. Published 2007. Accessed September 30, 2019.
  7. Bellomo R, Goldsmith D, Russell S, Uchino S. Postoperative serious adverse events in a teaching hospital: a prospective study. Med J Aust. 2002:176(5):216-218.