Evidenced clinical decisions
More witnessed incidents
Your digital care assistant on the ward
- Alerts to high risk activity
- Measures accurate vital signs
- Reports on patient behaviour
- With you for:
- Nurse observations
- Daily handovers
- Ward rounds
- In-room Equipment
The only equipment in the room is an optical sensor with infrared illumination. It's securely housed: anti-break. anti-ligature.
- Vital Signs
Nurses take pulse rate and breathing rate observations from outside the room, without disturbing the patient.
- Reports & Alerts
Nurses read reports on patient behaviour over days and weeks, and receive alerts when high-risk activity is detected, such as getting out of bed or leaving the room.
- Nurses interact with the system via a screen in the ward office and tablet devices they carry around with them.
Stories from the ward
A good night’s sleep
The system is part of our team. It's our 6th team member of staff on the night shift. It cannot do the hands-on care, but it can give you more time for it.
Using this technology definitely feels like a step forward. It lets people have a restful night’s sleep while letting us carry out physical and mental health checks in a more compassionate way.
Deputy Ward Manager
I couldn't imagine not having in place. It's something that makes us feel more secure and we feel it sets up safety for the patients.
Using Oxehealth in seclusion has greatly improved safety and clinical team effectiveness. We are able to use the system to help us determine the activity and location of service users when it is not safe to enter the room.
Working with Oxehealth is transforming the patient experience at night while providing reassurance to staff that the patient is safe.
Professor John Geddes,
[Using the technology] essentially removes the need for staff to routinely wake patients to check they are safe. It greatly improves patients’ experience at night.