Bed sensor reduces ICU stays for transfer patients, study says

03/25/2014 | Clinical Innovation + Technology online

Harvard University researchers studied the EarlySense monitoring system, which is placed under a patient's bed, and found it was associated with shorter total and ICU lengths of stay and fewer code blue events for intra-hospital transfer patients. The study in the American Journal of Medicine showed ICU stays for patients coming from a medical-surgical unit decreased by 45% after the intervention.

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