Automatically and continuously measures and reports accurate UO & AKI risk, with detailed current UO value, accumulated volume and rate of change.
Very simple to operate. Connect and Forget, single patient device, integrates with hospitals’ information systems.
Reliable and robust: Works in any ICU condition, high tolerance to patient position, environmental changes and extreme urine properties.
No nurse intervention required to measure or log, with Improved patient safety including automatic alarms on all parameters.
Price of disposable part lower than current disposables of automatic UO measuring tools.
Bag/monitor can be placed anywhere. Device can be moved with patient during non-ICU procedures, with 8 hour battery life.
Catch trends earlier: Detailed and frequent data allows fast response to changes in patient condition.
Decrease length of stay & hospital recidivism: less complications of AKI, fluid imbalance and other conditions.
Reduced workload allows staff to focus on the patient, not repetitive tasks.
currently measured manually for over 90% of ICU patients, totaling 12M patients per year in modern hospitals alone.
Measuring UO assists in managing fluid balance and assessing kidney function.
occurs in over 30% of all ICU patients, its effects are increased mortality (X3), increased likelihood of hospital readmission (X4) and increased length of stay (X1.5).
Preventing AKI and it's progress are a key in improving patient outcomes.