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:

Patient bedrooms are a high-risk area for self-harm incidents, including ligatures. Self-harm incidents can be life-changing for patients and traumatic for families and staff.

Oxevision's location and activity based alerts can notify clinicians of potentially high-risk activity that could be an early warning sign of self-harm, such as a patient spending extended periods of time in an en-suite bathroom or dwelling in a doorway.

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 bedrooms are a high-risk area for self-harm incidents, including ligatures. Self-harm incidents can be life-changing for patients and traumatic for families and staff.

Oxevision's location and activity based alerts can notify clinicians of potentially high-risk activity that could be an early warning sign of self-harm, such as a patient spending extended periods of time in an en-suite bathroom or dwelling in a doorway.

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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Self-Harm

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

88%
Staff reported that Oxevision enabled them to prevent incidents of self-harm from occurring (Acute unit)
66%
Reduction in bathroom ligatures (Acute unit)
44%
Reduction in self-harm in bedrooms (Acute unit)
15%
Reduction in bedroom ligatures (Acute unit)
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“A staff member had just spoken to a patient a couple minutes ago and their conversation gave me an inkling that we should check on her. I tried to take a vital sign but she wasn’t still, however I saw something shine in the camera and went to her room to check. We were able to verbally de-escalate the situation and had a long conversation with the patient."
Helen McWilliams
Senior Healthcare Assistant, mixed assessment unit, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
“We were concerned about a patient that was known to be at high risk of ligating. In this case, we used the Oxehealth system to take a spot check vital sign measurement and ensure she was ok in her bedroom. When doing so we could see that she was trying to tie something. We went to her room and removed the item before she could come to any harm. We’ve caught a few potential ligatures early in this way.”
Nurse, Swanswell
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"I had a feeling she might self-harm, so in between her observations I took a vital signs measurement using Oxevision and I saw her trying to tie a ligature in her bedroom. Within 2 seconds I was knocking at her bedroom door and quickly intervened to cut the ligature.”
Nelson Ncube
Senior Healthcare Assistant, female acute ward, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
"With Oxevision, not only have we reduced the risk of serious incidents happening and improved patient safety, we will be able to reduce the suffering of staff and patients following a tragic incident, which is invaluable to us.”
Denise Cracknell
Service Manager, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Self-Harm

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