PARTNER SOLUTION PROFILE 

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Vital Signs Monitoring
Continuous non-invasive blood pressure (CNIBP) and vital signs monitoring

 


 

Nearly 50% of adverse patients events occur in the general ward

Intermittent monitoring occurs only once every 4 to 8 hours  

 


 

Problem

Patient vital signs monitoring outside of intensive care units are generally basic and intermittent. Furthermore, remote (e.g. at home) patients are typically not monitored at all.

Solution

  • Continuously monitor blood pressure and vitals without interruption, enabling earlier identification of issues requiring intervention.

  • Remotely monitor all patient vital signs securely on a remote display or Nursing Station Monitor without the need for cumbersome wires and leads.

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Benefits

  • Continuous beat-by-beat blood pressure and vital signs monitoring

  • Enables remote patient monitoring outside of hospital settings

  • Unrestricted freedom of movement for patients

Parameters Monitored

  • Continuous NIBP

  • Mean Arterial Pressure

  • Heart Rate

  • Respiratory Rate

  • Pulse Oximetry (SPO2)

  • End Tidal Carbon Dioxide (ETCO2) including FiO2

  • Electrocardiograph (ECG)

 

 

About Caretaker Medical

Caretaker Medical is a well-funded Medical Device startup in Charlottesville Virginia with a fantastic group of scientists and engineers who have developed the world’s most innovative, low-cost wireless vital signs monitor and blood-loss detection device. The company has multiple FDA clearances and a CE Mark for it’s flagship product, Caretaker4, which measures vital signs, including Continuous Non-Invasive Beat-By-Beat blood pressure, MAP, ECG-Accurate Heart Rate, and Respiration, from a comfortable finger cuff and transmits the data via Bluetooth to remote displays, tablets, smartphones, or a secure HIPPA-compliant Web Portal to allow Patient Monitoring and Notifications from anywhere in the world. The company is building a network of distributors and VARs, initially targeting the Remote Patient Monitoring market to reduce hospital readmissions and lower the cost of post-discharge patient care.