Critical Care

Informed decision making with critical care solutions

raw data on Philips critical care solutions - infographic

The increase in patient demand for critical care services, caused by the aging population and advances in medicine that extend life expectancy has put a tremendous strain on critical care¹. Delivering high quality critical care to your patients with limited staff and financial resources demands new approaches and thinking in today's complex healthcare environment.


Our critical care solutions provide the actionable information you may need for early patient intervention, allowing you to leverage scarce resources and deliver high-quality care to patients efficiently.

 

Discover:

  • Advanced physiologic monitoring and clinical informatics
  • Algorithms that aggregate patient data from multiple sources
  • Multi-platform, network-wide compatibility with IT infrastructure
  • Tele-health technologies that assist with patient management
  • Point of care imaging facilitating streamlined patient management


As your clinical partner for real-time, point-of-care ICU solutions, we can help you speed decision-making and intervene early to improve care across your enterprise.

 

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Let’s meet at LIVES 2016!

Philips patient monitoring

Your healthcare challenges never stop - and neither do we. From that very first signal, Philips critical care solutions help you unlock access to rich patient information so you can take action – at the bedside or on the go. Join us at the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, October 1-5 in Milan, Italy. You’ll find Philips at booth #408.

 

Also register for our lunch symposium at 12:30 PM on October 4th in the LISBON room.

 

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Solving real customer problems

Innovation spotlight:

Philips critical care solutions rehabilitates Machakos ICU department

Philips rehabilitates the ICU department at Machakos Hospital

In May 2015, Philips unveiled an entirely refurbished Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in the Hospital (Machakos County) Kenya. This is the first of eleven ICU departments in hospitals across the country that Philips is transforming as part of a tender contract awarded to Philips by the Central Government of Kenya to support healthcare revitalization across the country.

 

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