Critical Care solutions
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Informed decision making with critical care solutions

For the sickest patients and their families, a stay in the intensive care unit (ICU) resembles a roller coaster ride with sharp peaks and extreme lows. It is the most expensive, technologically advanced, and human resource intensive area of care. Yet, it is the area associated with the highest mortality and morbidity rates. 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.

 

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Misdiagnosis in the ICU is  50%  more common than in other areas in the hospital.1

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Rush Critical

A critical solution for critical care at Rush University System for Health

Standardised patient monitoring facilitates the quadruple aim. Rush partnered with Philips to standardise its patient monitoring system across its large campus.

Acute patient management

Reducing non-actionable alarm at Tourcoing hospital

Philips supported a team-based approach which helped implement effective alarm reduction in the ICU

Our solutions

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

Key areas of focus

Key solutions

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    IntelliSpace Critical Care and Anaesthesia  

    With ever-rising healthcare costs, staff shortages, and a need for compliance with evolving national care standards, leveraging clinical information has become a key component to drive improvements in quality of care. Interoperable with most EMRs with HL7 capabilities, IntelliSpace Critical Care and Anaesthesia (ICCA) helps by providing advanced clinical decision support software and structured documentation and analysis tools across the care continuum.

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    IntelliVue MX750

    The Philips IntelliVue MX750 bedside patient monitor directly addresses the evolving security needs of the healthcare IT landscape, with a range of capabilities that support your cybersecurity strategies. In addition, this outstanding monitor offers advanced functionality and an extensive range of measurements.

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    IntelliVue X3

    The Philips IntelliVue X3 is a compact, dual-purpose, transport patient monitor featuring intuitive smartphone-style operation and offering a scalable set of clinical measurements.

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  1. B. D. Winters et al., “Diagnostic errors in the intensive care unit: A systematic review of autopsy studies,” BMJ Qual. Saf., vol. 21, no. 11, pp. 894–902, Nov. 2012.

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