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HealthEMed uses EarlySense Continuous Monitoring Technology To Manage Vulnerable Patient Populations

“Patches and wearables are challenging to implement for our chronic and mentally challenged patients.Passive, continuous monitoring from EarlySense helps us maximize compliance and improve outcomesboth physiologically and psychologically” – Ron Mandelbaum, CRO, HealtheMed THE PARTNERHealtheMed (pronounced Health-E-Med) was founded to help the 4,000,000 people in the U.S. who live confined in their homes with chronic […]

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High Heart Rate Alert Leading to Identification of Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) and to Timely Intervention and Transfer

About the Patient: A 53 year old female, status post hemicolectomy. EarlySense Indication: On the first night of the hospitalization at 12:53 AM: High HR alert (191 BPM)Assessment: Tachycardia of 190-200 BPM was confirmed. Response: MD was called.EKG showed SVT.Continuous EKG monitoring was applied.Adenosine was given, leading to HR reduction.The patient was transferred to the ICU.Outcome: The […]

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High HR Alerts, and Increasing HR Trend Leading to Diagnosis of High Fever in non-communicative Patient

About the Patient: A 35 year old Male with Brain Damage due to heavy metal poisoning in early childhood, was admitted with PEG (Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy), in a non-communicative condition.EarlySense Indication: Multiple High HR Alerts (129-134 BPM) and Increasing HR Trend.Assessment: A nurse assessed the patient.Body Temp. was 38.4 ᵒC/ 101.12 ᵒF.Physician was informed, Blood […]

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High Respiratory Rate Alerts Leading to Detection of Pulmonary Embolism and to Timely Activation of RRT

About the Patient: An 88 year old male hospitalized for orthopedic surgery. EarlySense Indication: On the 4th day of the hospitalization at 6 AM:High RR alerts (32 Br/min)and increased HRAssessment: Hypotension (84/57 mmHg)SpO2 was 96%.Response: RRT was activated. Pulmonary embolism was suspected and diagnosed.Outcome: The patient was transferred to the ICU to continue monitoring and treatment

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Multiple High RR Alerts Leading to Diagnosis of Plural Effusion and ICU Transfer

About the Patient: A 40 year old female. Mental health patient,  with history of recurrent Plural Effusion and Hypertension, was admitted due to Lithium toxicity.EarlySense Indication: Multiple High RR Alerts (40-53 Br./min)Assessment: A nurse assessed the patient, and noticed she was using accessory muscles. Manual count confirmed high RR measurements. RRT was called according to […]

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High Heart Rate Alerts Leading to Identification of Pain in a Non-Communicative Patient

About the Patient: An 85 year old non-communicative female with dementia admitted with hairline fracture of the right shoulder.EarlySense Indication: On the 6th day of hospitalization, at 11:20 AM: High HR Alerts (140 BPM) and increased RR (30 Br/min)Assessment: The patient was unable to verbalize her needs, but appeared to be uncomfortable.A physician recognized inadequate pain control.Response: The patient’s pain […]