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Driven by GE HealthCare’s ingenuity, purpose, and vision, Clinical View is a free resource for medical professionals intended to provide educational materials and clinical information that advances best practices not limited to circulatory, respiratory, and neurological monitoring across a wide variety of care areas.Image
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In an effort to support clinicians around the world with their educational needs, GE HealthCare constantly organizes online clinical webinars or live clinical events on a variety of subjects in relation with patient monitoring, anesthesia and respiratory best practices. In this page, you can register for upcoming events and watch past videos on demand.Image
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As the world navigates the unprecedent challenge presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, we at GE HealthCare support healthcare providers, partners, communities, and patients around the world in addressing it. We are inspired every day by their acts if courage and compassion an by the commitment of own employees in supporting them. We are honored to serve alongside the many who are working hard to deliver swift, efficient, and quality care in this time of need.Image
Monitoring the Unmonitored
Adverse events in general wards are not uncommon, and many are preventable. Mortality after surgery is 1000x higher than intraoperative mortality ¹. In the ward, vital signs are often abnormal, or trending toward abnormal, hours before cardiac arrest or IC transfer, but clinicians may only suddenly notice because of spot-checks are usually done on a 4-6 hours interval ². Abnormal RR has been shown to be an important predictor of serious events such as cardiac arrest an admission to an ICU ³ .
1. Sessler, et al., Beyond Failure to rescue: the time has come for continuous monitoring. British Journal of Anesthesia 2019, 122(3): 304-306.
2. Michard, et al., Protecting ward patients. ICU Management & Practice; Vol 19 – Issue 1 (2019).
3. Cretikos, et al., Respiratory rate: the neglected vital sign. MJA; Vol 188 No. 11, 657-659 (2008).Image
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