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Clinical Team Researching the Impact of the EarlySense System Wins 'Best Novel Idea' Prize at the Rapid Response Systems and Medical Emergency Teams 2013 8th International Conference
Date:5/23/2013

s well as formally from the data is that the EarlySense system is assisting us to respond to patient deterioration and potential adverse events earlier, rather than later, in the process of care and as a result achieve better outcomes for the patient, their family members, and our staff," said Ms. Terrence.

In the study cited in both posters, EarlySense monitors were implemented in a 33-bed medical-surgical unit. Performance was compared between a baseline 9-month period and an intervention 9-month period as well as against a different 'sister' unit. During intervention more than 2300 patients were monitored by the EarlySense system and more than 7000 patients records were viewed in all study arms.

For the award winning poster, an automated algorithm for end-of-life detection was tested on an additional data set of more than 4000 records. The automated detection indicator for end-of-life was tested and resulted in 58% sensitivity and 99% specificity.

Dr. Brown said, "In the case of the end-of-life, 'do not attempt resuscitation' patients noted in the award winning poster, the EarlySense system enabled enhanced monitoring of these patients without the inconvenience and potential discomfort of being hooked up and wired. It also allowed the nurses to closely follow and manage comfort measures for these patients and in recognizing unexpected events."

Dr. Brown continued, "In the second study with medical/surgical patients, use of the EarlySense system resulted in a statistically significant reduction in the number of rapid response team (RRT) calls and a higher survival rate in code-blue events. In addition, identification of the early warning signs of deterioration provided by the EarlySense system allowed for early intervention by Rapid Response or Code Blue Teams, which resulted in fewer Code Blue events and a smaller percentage of those experiencing a Code Blue having to be transferred to a higher level of care. This enhances our previous
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