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Shuhan He MD
“I think this would really be perfect for patients in the hallway”
The problem with most products is that they’re used in ideal settings which are rare. I want to make sure this item is used in the appropriate setting, and what comes to my mind is that its great for patients who haven’t really been properly roomed. In theory, these are lower acuity patients, but we often find incredibly high acuity patients with things like acute cord compromise, strokes, and even heavy upper gastrointestinal bleeds. Having a technology that gives us some ability to wirelessly monitor patients in an open setting allows for many more monitored beds with vitals. We can turn lower acuity beds into higher ones, giving everyone the same level of care for everyone regardless of initial triage decisions.