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Early diagnosis of sepsis using an E-health application for a clinical early warning system outside of the intensive care unit: a case report

Journal of Medical Case Reports
Year of publication
Elderly and frail patients who are unable to call for help in case of vital distress can develop complications during their hospitalization. As a supplement to clinical monitoring by the nursing staff, these patients can also be monitored in real time, with the Sensium E-health technology. An application notifies clinical staff of any change in their vital signs (heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature) outside of normal ranges, suggestive of physiological decline. Nurses and physicians are notified of these abnormal changes by email and also via mobile application (iPhone or iPad), allowing early intervention to prevent further deterioration.; 
Date added
Created by
Catherine Stead
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health