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Respiratory monitoring innovation for
improved patient care 

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 often relies upon intermittent visual observations or pulse oximetry alarms set at hypoxia limits

Patient Room

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 [1]

65%

Less calls for a rapid response team

48%

Less ICU transfers during post-operative recovery

$58 k

Less ICU transfers during post-operative recovery

$1.48 M

Overall hospitals savings by using continuous respiratory monitoring

Our Solution

ApnoLight

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References

[1] "Postoperative Monitoring - The Dartmouth Experience - Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation", Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://www.apsf.org/article/postoperative-monitoring-the-dartmouth-experience/. [Accessed: 10- Dec- 2020].