Case Evolve clinical workflows

Optimized workflows can save valuable time. Are you ready to adapt?

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Factors such as more frequent transports for deeper diagnostics (e.g. CT scans), more complex diseases and a higher documentation workload create challenges for effective patient care. Our goal is to make your ICU as efficient as possible in a more complex working environment.

Grab-and-go transport concept
Monitors in the ICU are individually set up to meet the needs of patients. With one click, you can remove the transport monitor from the host monitor and transfer it with the patient. Life Scope PT can continuously measure up to nine parameters, so you do not have to compromise at any stage of monitoring.

Life Scope PT
Smart patient monitoring, even in transport

  • Made for transport: light (1.5kg) and easy to handle, robust, five-hour battery life
  • See and act: 5.7-inch touchscreen, optimized transport display mode, continuously measure up to nine parameters
  • Easy docking: connect to monitors such as Life Scope TR or Life Scope G9 with just one click

Technology that makes your work more efficient
You cannot be next to your patient at all times. In these situations, utilize technologies such as an alarm pager system that forwards alerts for your attention, or view vital signs on an iPhone or iPad. And our CNS (Central Nurse Station) systems allow up to 32 of patients to be monitored simultaneously, providing ICU teams with comprehensive information and enhancing workflows.

Acute changes trigger prompt iPhone/iPad alerts

Less time on documentation
Our solutions can be integrated into your existing IT infrastructure, and help you save valuable time and effort for certain tasks – such as when documenting vital signs in a PDMS, or when sending a 12-lead ECG report to the cardio system via our HL7 server.

G-Link – all relevant data at a glance
Having all patient information and applications on one monitor saves space, time and effort. With G-Link, you can run any type of Windows application, such as PDMS or Lab Data, on the monitor, giving you at-a-glance visibility into vital signs and documentation.

PDMS can be operated on the patient monitor