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The EarlySense System For Post-Acute Care

The EarlySense system is designed for a wide variety of clinical settings including post-acute care centers, short-term/sub-acute rehabilitation, long term care, ventilator dependent, and hospital-based geriatric units. The system continuously monitors heart rate, respiratory rate and motion to help enable early detection of patient deterioration and prevent falls and pressure ulcers.

EarlySense offers two primary product choices to accommodate the widely varying needs of post-acute providers across the care continuum.

Clinical Outcomes

Chair Sensor

The memory foam-cushioned chair sensor captures a patient’s vital signs and movement while seated in a chair.

ES2 Unit

The EarlySense 2 bedside unit has a touch-screen display showing the patient’s clinical parameters, alerts, and trends with optional continuous SpO2 monitoring capability.

Contact-Free Sensor

The contact-free sensor captures a patient’s vital signs and movement, and is discreetly placed underneath the patient’s mattress.

InSight Unit

InSight captures heart rate, respiratory rate and motion data in a more discrete form factor. All of the clinical data is sent and monitored at the Central Display Station or Remote Viewing Devices.

Chair Sensor

The memory foam-cushioned chair sensor captures a patient’s vital signs and movement while seated in a chair.

Contact-Free Sensor

The contact-free sensor captures a patient’s vital signs and movement, and is discreetly placed underneath the patient’s mattress.

Central Display Station

The central display station (CDS) located in the nurses’ station displays the continuous measurements and trends of up to 40 patients, including visual and audio identification of potential critical events.

Communication Devices

A mobile device that sends alerts if a patient displays activity that may indicate a potential fall risk, a need to be turned, or vital signs outside the normal threshold.