Inpatient Monitoring

Continuous, remote patient monitoring helps facilitate inpatient monitoring procedures. Discover why it is important.


Streamlining Inpatient Monitoring with Continuous Remote Monitoring

Continuous, remote patient monitoring is a transformative approach in healthcare that significantly contributes to streamlining patient monitoring procedures within hospitals and other healthcare organizations.

Continuous, remote patient monitoring plays a pivotal role in enhancing efficiency and reducing the time and effort traditionally expended on patient monitoring.


Improving patient outcomes

Every year in the world, 300 million surgical procedures are performed worldwide¹. Even in scheduled surgery, over 10% of patient suffer from complications that can have severe consequences (infections, pneumonia, bleeding, thrombosis, arrhythmias etc.)². Continuous, remote monitoring helps reduce these risks.

Lower Risks of Complications
Literature highlights that continuous vital sign monitoring is associated with a 27% decrease in the complication rate3
Lower Risks of Mortality
Literature highlights a 39% reduction in the risk of mortality compared with patients who underwent conventional intermittent manual measurement of vital signs4
Lower Risk of Transfer to ICU
Literature highlights that continuous vital sign monitoring is associated with a lower risk of unplanned ICU admissions10 and transfer to ICU more generally3,4,11
Shorter Length of Stay in the Hospital
Literature highlights that continuous monitoring of patients’ vital signs and other physiological parameters helps reduce the average length of stay in the hospital4,5,7
Enhanced Decision-Making
Literature highlights that continuous, multi-parametric patient surveillance helps recognize and treat deterioration events, when associated with an appropriate response system5


Simpliying monitoring

Physiological Monitoring of such parameters as heart rate, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation is essential to check patient stability, detect early signs of complications, and grow data to support medical decision. However, it is still today a manual, repetitive and tedious process, which has an impact for both the nursing staff and the patient. Continuous, remote patient monitoring helps solve some of these challenges.


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    ¹ Weiser et al., The Lancet, 2015
    ² T. Ahmad et al., British Journal of Anaesthesia, 2017
    ³ SC Verrillo et al., J Nurs Care Qual, 2019
    ⁴ Lin Sun et al., J R Soc Med, 2020
    ⁵ Stellpflug et al, Am J Nurs, 2021
    ⁷ Downey et al, Int J Nurs Stud, 2018
    ⁸ Bellomo et al, Crit Care Med, 2012
    ⁹ Leenen et al, PLoS One, 2022
    ¹⁰ Eddahchouri et al, Br J Anaesth, 2022
    ¹¹ Weller et al, J Clin Monit Comput, 2018
    ¹² Hoffman et al., J Surg Res, 2014