Applications of Oxevision

Oxevision provides clinical teams with insights that can help them to intervene proactively and to plan care, so that they can deliver safer, higher quality and more efficient care.

Our partners have reported making a step change in many care outcomes.
Here are the most common:

Conventional falls technology solutions detect when a fall has occurred so that staff are aware and can attend to the patient who has fallen. This approach represents reactive care.

Through location and activity based alerts, Oxevision can alert staff to early warning signs associated with a potential fall, such as a patient getting out of bed at night. These alerts can enable staff to intervene proactively. By attending to a patient before they have fallen, clinicians can prevent harm from occurring.  

Up to 85% of falls in bedrooms are unwitnessed. If a fall is unwitnessed, additional care may be required as a precaution (e.g. in case the patient hit their head during the fall). This can be intrusive for patients and time-consuming for staff.

Oxevision provides staff with an opportunity to "replay" a fall: by observing exactly what happened, clinicians can more confidently select the appropriate care response.

Oxevision is designed to support existing clinical practice. It does not on its own guarantee patient safety or any improvement in clinical outcome.

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Falls

Conventional falls technology solutions detect when a fall has occurred so that staff are aware and can attend to the patient who has fallen. This approach represents reactive care.

Through location and activity based alerts, Oxevision can alert staff to early warning signs associated with a potential fall, such as a patient getting out of bed at night. These alerts can enable staff to intervene proactively. By attending to a patient before they have fallen, clinicians can prevent harm from occurring.  

Up to 85% of falls in bedrooms are unwitnessed. If a fall is unwitnessed, additional care may be required as a precaution (e.g. in case the patient hit their head during the fall). This can be intrusive for patients and time-consuming for staff.

Oxevision provides staff with an opportunity to "replay" a fall: by observing exactly what happened, clinicians can more confidently select the appropriate care response.

Oxevision is designed to support existing clinical practice. It does not on its own guarantee patient safety or any improvement in clinical outcome.

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Falls
Falls

Partners who have augmented their existing clinical practice with Oxevision insights report:

92%
Staff reported that Oxevision helped them to prevent a fall (Older Adult unit)
82%
Reduction in harmful falls (Older Adult unit)
49%
Reduction in visits from paramedics (Older Adult unit)
48%
Reduction in bedroom falls at night (Older Adult unit)
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“Previously we were relying on checking patients every 15 minutes and listening out. Now we’ve got Oxevision there for us…We’ve had a lot fewer falls. It’s helped to reduce that risk as we’re able to get to the patient quicker.”
Susan Jackson
Healthcare Assistant, Pembleton female ward, Manor Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
“I like the alerts when a patient is on the edge [of their bed and therefore] at risk of falling. Staff are able to attend and prevent a fall from happening.”
Sandra Nyamariwata
Nurse, Pembleton female ward, Manor Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
“The severity of falls and associated injuries have reduced massively at night: I think it’s because we can intervene earlier. For example, we can attend to patients within seconds if they are disorientated or confused so they don’t slip and fall.”
Linda Fitzpatrick
Ward Manager, Stanley female ward, Manor Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust.
“Two of the ladies, in particular, who we’re looking after at the moment have got a long history of falling, so therefore it’s a great risk to the ward and obviously to themselves. Having Oxevision in their rooms has been extremely beneficial; they’re so fragile, if they move just slightly, they’re at risk of falling.”
Rachel Stinton
Nurse, Pembleton female ward, Manor Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust.
Falls

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