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:

Clinicians must confirm that patients are safe and well at night, whilst they sleep. Conventional approaches to verify safety involve opening hatches/doors and shining lights on patients whilst they sleep. It is highly disruptive to a patient’s sleep and privacy at night.

Oxevision’s Vital Signs gives staff the ability to verify a patient is breathing without entering their room or switching on lights. Clinicians can monitor a patient’s breathing rate over time to detect signs of possible deterioration, with no device attached to the patient.

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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Patient Sleep

Clinicians must confirm that patients are safe and well at night, whilst they sleep. Conventional approaches to verify safety involve opening hatches/doors and shining lights on patients whilst they sleep. It is highly disruptive to a patient’s sleep and privacy at night.

Oxevision’s Vital Signs gives staff the ability to verify a patient is breathing without entering their room or switching on lights. Clinicians can monitor a patient’s breathing rate over time to detect signs of possible deterioration, with no device attached to the patient.

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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Patient Sleep
Patient Sleep

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

100%
Patients reported sleeping better (Acute unit)
86%
Patients felt a greater sense of privacy at night (Acute unit)
80%
Staff stated that they disturbed patients less at night when using Oxevision (Acute unit)
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“Oxevision has been very helpful at night time. Sometimes our patients will go to bed late and when we go into their rooms to take their observations, they are in a light sleep and the torch and the noises wake them up."
Steve Wright, Healthcare Assistant, female acute ward, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
EPUT Early Insights Report
“[With Oxevision] you don’t have to go and wake up somebody or disturb their very important sleep to know that they are safe.”
Anil Jose, Deputy Ward Manager, male PICU, CWPT.
Caludon Clinical Study Results
“Sleep is crucial for patient recovery. We hope that by using Oxevision to do observations, sleep will improve for many of our patients, which in turn could have a positive impact on their recovery.”
Dr Alvaro Barrera, Consultant Psychiatrist, Vaughan Thomas ward, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
A Good Night’s Sleep Report
“[Oxevision is] good for a rested night sleep. It stops the nurses having to check on you [in-person at night]. I have been woken by torch light shining through my window at night which did panic me and made me think of the police coming to my property.”
Patient, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust.
EPUT Early Insights Report
“It was nice to get a good night’s sleep. I sleep better [in the Oxevision room] than the other room where the lights are turned on and the shutters are opened a lot of the time.”
Patient on Vaughan Thomas ward, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
A Good Night’s Sleep Report
“I slept really well; the sensors are brilliant because they allow me not to be disturbed at night.”
Patient on Vaughan Thomas ward, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
A Good Night’s Sleep Report
Patient Sleep

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