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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 clinicians to reduce self-harm

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

Oxevision alerts clinicians to high-risk activity that could be an early warning sign of self-harm, such as spending extended periods of time in an en-suite bathroom or dwelling in a doorway.  These alerts enable staff to attend to patients proactively, reducing the risk of harm.

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How Oxevision helps clinicians to reduce self-harm

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

Oxevision alerts clinicians to high-risk activity that could be an early warning sign of self-harm, such as spending extended periods of time in an en-suite bathroom or dwelling in a doorway.  These alerts enable staff to attend to patients proactively, reducing the risk of harm.

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Clinical impact

88%
Staff reported that the system enabled them to prevent incidents of self- harm
66%
Reduction in bathroom ligatures
22%
Reduction in self-harm in bedrooms
15%
Reduction in bedroom ligatures
%
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“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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