SAFE Display from STERIS Provides Real-Time Patient Data


S.A.F.E. Situational Awareness for Everyone® Display from STERIS Corp. provides the operating room (OR) team with real-time, up-to-date, accurate patient data from disparate hospital sources. It helps optimize patient safety and workflow efficiency for every procedure. The display eliminates information delays and manual checklists while significantly reducing the potential for a "never" event.

OR team members look to one trusted source for the most current data updates of the patient and operation. The system provides automatic access to key information from diverse IT systems - Laboratory, Radiology, Medical Records, Allergies and more.

S.A.F.E. Situational Awareness for Everyone Display provides a dynamic view of clinical information on a dedicated, easy to read display to optimize clinical decision making and patient safety. It helps OR staff safely navigate through Sign In, Time Out and Sign Out requirements for every surgical procedure while encouraging best practices and optimal patient outcomes. Patient safety reminder prompts include antibiotic re-doses, tourniquet management, patient repositioning and more, preventing potential patient infection or injury during surgical cases. Since the system provides information in real-time, it enables healthcare providers to feel confident they are receiving the most current patient and procedural information. S.A.F.E. Situational Awareness for Everyone Display provides smooth patient hand offs from the OR to PACU after every procedure.

S.A.F.E. Situational Awareness for Everyone Display can help:
- Increase patient safety in the OR
- Avoid costs associated with adverse events
- Eliminate communication bottlenecks
- Increase OR and staff utilization and efficiency
- Realize increased performance and profitability
- Maintain patient satisfaction levels
- Provide surgeons, staff, patients and their families with "peace of mind" regarding optimized patient safety in the OR

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