The Connex Vital Signs Monitor is an advanced, touch screen monitor featuring bright, vivid colors with minimal knobs or buttons for ease of cleaning, improved workflow and training. Ideal and adaptable for all health care environments and clinical workflows, it measures pulse oximetry, blood pressure and temperature. For office based settings, we also offer a unique blood pressure averaging program to help reduce misdiagnosis of hypertension caused by White Coat Hypertension. For hospitals, this monitor offers profiles that support multiple clinical workflows including spot check vitals and continuous monitoring for higher acuity patients. In addition, the device has the capability to provide clinicians with early warnings/alarms to help them proactively intervene to reduce patient falls, pressure ulcers, and respiratory distress, and to improve EMR documentation. In hospitals this device also has the capability to communicate via wireless to an EMR.
“The time savings associated with having a [Connex Vital Signs Monitor] at every bedside was a huge driver of efficiency at the hospital. We built a business case around one device per bedside.”
– Dr. Glen Geiger
Chief Medical Information Officer
The Ottawa Hospital
Today’s medical/surgical floors are an exposed risk for hospitals. As the some of the most operationally intensive and difficult to manage areas, med/surg floors are home to the majority of hospital patient and complicated caregiver interactions. In addition, these general care floors drive significant hospital revenue.
Introducing the Welch Allyn Connex Clinical Surveillance System. Designed specifically for med/surg environments, this integrated solution allows clinicians to proactively view patient status 24/7, for faster response. It integrates into your hospital’s network infrastructure for ease of deployment, and builds on your existing vital signs workflow.
The Connex Vital Signs Monitor works with PointClickCare® and other long-term care EMRs to help facilities accurately capture and automatically transmit vitals data. The device helps improve: