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Benefits

Oxevision gives teams the clinical insights they require to intervene proactively and to plan care so that they deliver safer, higher quality and more efficient care. Inpatient and residential care providers realise an immediate step change and continuous improvement in care by deploying the Oxehealth Service, which includes Oxevision.

Clinicians use our service to make a step change in many care outcomes. Here are the most common:

How Oxevision helps with detecting physical health deterioration

Clinicians often need to monitor a patient’s physical health and identify deterioration early on. This can be challenging, particularly when it is not appropriate to place contact devices on patients for safety reasons or because clinicians are mobilising the individual.

Oxevision Vital Signs gives staff the ability to measure a patient’s pulse rate and breathing rate without disturbing them by entering their room. Clinicians can monitor vital signs over time to detect signs of deterioration with no device attached to the patient.

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Physical Health
How Oxevision helps with detecting physical health deterioration

Clinicians often need to monitor a patient’s physical health and identify deterioration early on. This can be challenging, particularly when it is not appropriate to place contact devices on patients for safety reasons or because clinicians are mobilising the individual.

Oxevision Vital Signs gives staff the ability to measure a patient’s pulse rate and breathing rate without disturbing them by entering their room. Clinicians can monitor vital signs over time to detect signs of deterioration with no device attached to the patient.

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Physical Health
Physical Health

Clinical impact

100%
Patients felt Oxevision supported nurses to care for their physical health
91%
Staff feel Oxevision makes monitoring the physical health of patients easier
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“We had a patient who had Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and he refused to have his physical observations taken every day. We used the system to take spot checks of his breathing and heart rate without disturbing him.It’s reassuring that would we know if his physical health was deteriorating sooner using the system.”
Healthcare Assistant on Beechwood
RPsych QNPICU webinar with CWPT
“Oxehealth has really enhanced Frank’s safety while giving us peace of mind. We can check Frank’s pulse and breathing rate as often as we like without disturbing him, and get alerts if he spends more than 5 minutes in his bathroom. We can check that Frank is safe and healthy throughout the night, without putting him on close observations, and be reassured that we can quickly respond to any signs of a seizure we notice.”
Natasha Le Fort
Deputy Ward Manager, PICU, CWPT
“I know that I am being monitored, I would have said for my own benefit and my health, whenever I am in the room. It’s peace of mind knowing that if anything happens to me the staff are alerted and they can come in and do what’s necessary.”
Patient
“Physical health observations are done manually once per day. Most patients agree to physicals. Once a patient had rapid tranquillisation and they refused physicals. For this patient, we used Oxehealth and that’s very useful because we must take physicals to check the patient is safe.”
Rachel Iype, Deputy Ward Manager
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership trust
“Around midnight, we saw Carlos’ respiration rate had spiked to 31 BPM on the Oxehealth system and he was unresponsive, so we called a medical emergency. Carlos did not respond to the duty doctor gently shaking his shoulder. They suspected dehydration. We gave Carlos medication and fluids and his vital signs returned to normal levels within a couple of hours. It can be a struggle to identify when breathing rate is high. The Oxehealth system quickly gives a better picture of a patient’s physical health so we can respond in time.”
Carlos’ story: Vicent Okugbe
Deputy Ward Manager, PICU, South West London NHS Trust
Physical Health

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