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Neonatal ODN 2018

Building the NICU of the future together

Thank you for joining us at the Neonatal ODN 2018, it was a pleasure meet you and introduce you to Philips and the work we do in the NICU.

 

At Philips, we understand that babies who spend their first weeks of life in the NICU have a critical need for highly personal, individualised care. We are transforming the NICU with an array of solutions, from our developmental care model to alarm fatigue consultations, all with the focus of improving the experience for clinicians, patients and their families.

Your insight matters to us


At Philips we value your insight and invite you to participate in this  short survey, focused on understanding your current and anticipated future needs in the NICU

 

*All data will remain anonymous

Learn more about our patient monitoring systems.

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Patient monitoring that enables quick, confident and consistent care


Philips patient monitoring systems provide up-to-the-minute measurements that support informed, expedient care. This integrated solution fits securely into your hospital’s IT environment to capture virtually gap-free patient data and feed it directly to your EMR. So clinicians have anywhere, anytime access to the relevant, detailed information they need to make informed care decisions. Philips has the right combination of solutions, services and expertise to support the delivery of first-rate clinical care.

Developmental care in the NICU

Mother Father and baby with Infa Warmer

Our development care model supports mothers, babies and their families by offering:

 

  • innovative jaundice management solutions
  • a wide range of positioning, calming and soothing products
  • monitoring supplies designed to enrich the lives of babies in the NICU

A solution to alarm fatigue in the NICU


The proliferation of alarms generated by monitoring systems can result in desensitisation among the clinicians that they are intended to alert, a syndrome called alarm fatigue.

 

Understanding the scope of the problem is an important step. Start by educating yourself and your colleagues with these facts from recent research.

A NICU parent sheds light on surprising consequences of alarm fatigue


The dangerous effects of alarm fatigue on staff and patients are well reported. But what’s it like to be a family member of a baby in intensive care and to struggle with alarm fatigue?

For this mum, the issue went far beyond affecting patient satisfaction. Here, she shares how alarm fatigue affected her baby and changed her relationship with the care team.

Don't miss out on this must read story.

Your insight matters to us


At Philips we value your insight and invite you to participate in this  short survey, focused on understanding your current and anticipated future needs in the NICU

 

*All data will remain anonymous