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Improving patient care through continuous respiratory monitoring 

The greatest indicator of patient deterioration is a change in respiratory rate

234 Million patients undergo a surgical procedure every year worldwide

A patient's most vulnerable time for apnoea is during post-operative recovery

Apnoea detection currently relies upon intermittent visual observations or pulse oximetry after hypoxia has already occurred

Case Study

Post-operative Monitoring

A study comparing continuous respiratory monitoring to regular unmonitored hospital wards in a single 33 bed unit found significant advantages

Less calls for a rapid response team

Less ICU transfers during post-operative recovery

Reduction in costs per patient due to no ICU transfers

$1.48 M

Overall hospitals savings by using continuous respiratory monitoring

65%

48%

$58 k

Our Solution

ApnoLight

Partner with us

PEMDx is in the early stages of forming strategic partnerships with local businesses.

We welcome conversations with organisations who can assist us in launching our technology to help those who can benefit from it most.

Supporting Organisations

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