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Save more lives under spot-check scenarios

Mindray 2021-06-16

Spot-check scenarios can be high-risk as well

Most inadvertent cases might actually be preventable

Why is it hard to identify deteriorating patients?

Infrequent, incomplete or incorrect vital signs data

No integration of spot-check data

How to improve the detection of patient deterioration?

EWS system

To ensure the early detection of deterioration, the Early Warning Scores (EWS) were created to define the degree of patients’ illness based on their physiological and non-physiological parameters.

VS Series EWS Solution

Mindray's Vital Signs Workstation
offers comprehensive EWS Solution
to solve problems above.

Innovative automatic features:
For precise vital signs data and less spot-check workload

With automatic measurement and documentation,
manual errors can be greatly reduced.

Timely and user-friendly:
For patient-centric care and simplified workflows

VS Series offers

Automatic score calculation that helps to get EWS scores quickly and easily

Intuitive display for better understanding of patient status and quicker action

Customizable profile to meet hospital's guideline and departments' requirements

Full connectivity:
For comprehensive patient status and timely diagnosis

Easy data entry and access

Capture patient data at a glance

With an EWS Dashboard at the CMS,
the spot-check data in general wards can
be integrated together.

With an EWS Trends View and spot-check reminder,
the timely vital signs monitoring can be ensured.

Better patient management throughout the hospital

With innovative designs and technologies, the VS Series Vital Signs workstation provides clinicians with true picture of patient deterioration, helping to deliver patient-centric care and ensuring patient safety under spot-check scenarios.

To learn more about Mindray’s VS Series Vital Signs Monitors, please visit:


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