Rinicare’s Pre-hospital Information and Monitoring E-system (PRIME) is a mobile health information and monitoring platform aiming to optimise patient pathways in pre and post hospital healthcare. PRIME has been developed on a modular basis and can be customised for different purposes; at present PRIME is being trialled on a post-operative at the University Hospital of South Manchester and with 2 GP’s for out of hour’s home visits.
Rinicare’s Mobile GP PRIME System of wireless biometric sensors is a special compact edition of Rinicare PRIME (Pre-hospital Information and Monitoring E-system) aimed at GPs, who currently spend hours every day typing up notes and journals from patient visits.
Rinicare’s Mobile ECG PRIME System (Pre-hospital Information and Monitoring E-system) is aimed at GPs and nurses to record ECG traces either in GP surgeries or during home visits. The Rinicare Mobile ECG System contains a medical grade touchscreen tablet that runs Rinicare’s proprietary PRIME software and a 12-Lead wireless ECG sensor. The data and information can be transferred to the GP’s computer running the PRIME client application for easy access and record keeping. Alternatively the ECG System can be used directly with the GPs desktop where a tablet is not required.
Rinicare’s Custom PRIME System is your modular approach to health monitoring and record keeping in a modern, patient and clinician focused healthcare environments.
Rinicare’s Portable Cardiovascular Lab (PCL) is a special edition of the Rinicare PRIME (Pre-hospital Information and Monitoring E-system)focusing on cardiovascular monitoring. The system contains dual blood pressure monitors and dual SPo2 sensors, which can be displayed on the PRIME tablet simultaneously including the ratio between the two readings. The PCL system is designed to allow clinicians to take blood pressure and oxygen saturation readings from both the patient’s arm and leg at the same time. In addition to the dual sensors the PCL system utilises Rinicare’s market leading 12-lead wireless ECG for detailed vital signs information.
The Rinicare SAFE system is a fall detection and prevention system that uses a thermal imaging sensor and proprietary analytics algorithmsto detect the potential risk level of a patient’s position in a bed, and it sends out an alert to nearby clinicians if the patient’s position is identified as high risk of resulting in a fall or an uncontrolled bed-exit. The sensor is placedon the ceiling above the bedof a patient, where the system monitors the patient’s position within the bed by identifying each position in relation to predefined position classifications. Each classification is assigned a risk level by the attending clinician based on the patient’s individual fall risk assessment to avoid false alarms.
The British Aneurysm Repair score is based on data from 11423 patients who underwent elective abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair in the UK between April 2008 and March 2011. The BAR score provides an estimate of the risk of in-hospital mortality for a group of patients with the same preoperative characteristics. It does not predict outcomes for individual patients. The data used to develop the BAR score may contain inaccuracies and incompleteness. Prior to using the BAR score you must make your own assessment of the suitability of the model and the information or data contained in or generated from BAR score.