To Combat COVID-19, Philips Launches Rapid Equipment Deployment Kits

What You Need to Know:

Royal Philips, today presented its Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit for ICU ramp-ups, allowing physicians, nurses, professionals, and hospital staff to quickly support vital care patient tracking capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems throughout the United States, the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient tracking technology with predictive patient-centric algorithms making it possible for care groups to rapidly scale up critical care patient tracking capabilities within a few hours. As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in vital care and emergency situation care demand associated to the COVID-19 crisis, the package offers hospitals a method to quickly and easily expand their important care capability.

— Philips today announced the launch of its Rapid
Devices Deployment Kits, which provide medical professionals with critical care patient
keeping track of options they can quickly implement in the ICU. The Rapid Equipment
Deployment Kits utilize advanced patient tracking technology to make it possible for care groups
to swiftly scale up critical care abilities within simply a couple of hours, and
aid health centers satisfy on-demand access during these pressing times of COVID-19.

— Arriving at health centers completely set up and
ready-to-deploy, the sets are pre-packed and pre-built into durable cases and
can be moved from health center to healthcare facility as required. After a crisis/surge
has actually passed, the kits are sanitized and stored to have offered in
preparation for future emergency situations.

The Rapid Equipment Deployment Initiative for COVID-19

The Philips Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit is a totally configured and ready-to-deploy ICU patient monitoring option, that includes 20 ICU monitors, 20 measurement servers and one main management monitoring station. The packages are pre-built, pre-packed and pre-configured into sturdy cases that can raise a medical facilitys general care location to a crucial care level in a matter of hours. Packages are total with detailed directions allowing the pre-configured system to be released by medical facility personnel, with remote technical and medical support from Philips. Packages can be transferred from health center to health center as needed. As soon as a crisis/surge passes, the sets are disinfected, loaded up and kept to have offered in preparation for future emergency situations.

Why It Matters

” The current health crisis has demonstrated a clear need for
us to deliver innovative solutions to our clients that supply a total
important care tracking solution with all of the equipment they need on
need. This removes the requirement to source and configure individual pieces of
high-demand devices throughout a crisis,” said Peter Ziese, General Manager of
Monitoring Analytics at Philips. “To help make sure affordable and more
efficient usage of hospital resources, the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kits
supply the speed, flexibility and ease of implementation for innovative important
care patient monitoring that a number of our consumers should have throughout this most
pushing time.”

In June, Philips revealed it had gotten Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA for Philips.
IntelliVue Patient Monitors MX750/MX850 and its IntelliVue Active.
Displays AD75/AD85, for use in the United States during the COVID-19 health emergency situation.
These client tracking services support infection-control protocols and.
When caring for hospitalized, remotely offer important patient details.
COVID-19 clients. The MX750 and MX850 monitors are the latest additions.
to Philips portfolio of incorporated patient monitoring solutions to help.
assistance improved operational and clinical workflows. Upgraded features, consist of.
improvements to keep track of and evaluate scientific and network device efficiency, and.
additional performances to enhance cybersecurity.