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Case Studies

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 […]