Among infants and children with mild bronchiolitis, measurement of blood oxygen saturation using pulse oximetry was a poor predictor of return for treatment following hospital discharge.
True Wearables has announced a new product, Oxxiom, which the company says is the first wireless, fully disposable, single-use pulse oximeter.
RT magazine's annual Buyer's Guide is now available for 2016. Included in the guide are over 200 company manufacturers and distributors of respiratory, emergency medicine, critical care, and sleep products.
EarlySense has signed a co-marketing agreement with Herman Miller-Nemschoff to offer healthcare furniture pre-enabled to accept EarlySense contact-free sensor-based monitoring.
The MightySat, which can be paired with iOS or Android devices to report data, incorporates Masimo SET Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion technology.
RT's 2015 Product Guide, which includes more than 75 leading respiratory care products, is now available on our enhanced mobile application for tablets and smartphones.
Nonin Medical Inc has launched the NoninConnect Model 3230 Bluetooth Smart wireless finger pulse oximeter and Apple iOS mobile app to clinicians and patients outside of the United States.
Some 80,900 patients monitored COPD in 2014. By 2020, the number of patients monitoring COPD will grow at a CAGR of 29% to 371,000.
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine finds that measuring the oxygen desaturation index with overnight pulse oximetry is an effective and low-cost method to screen for obstructive sleep apnea.
RT Magazine takes a closer look at 8 patient monitoring devices from leading manufacturers like Covidien and Nonin Medical.
Dr Takuo Aoyagi, inventor of pulse oximetry technology and senior manager of Nihon Kohden, has received the 2015 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology.
New offerings in pulse oximetry and patient monitoring are improving clinician workflow.
Nonin Medical has announced a partnership with IDEAL Life, a Toronto-based provider of remote health management solutions.
The legislation was signed into law on last week and requires that all of the state’s newborns – nearly 87,000 per year — will get a pulse oximetry test.
Intermittent pulse oximetry was effective for children hospitalized with asthma or bronchiolitis who were stable on room air but did not decrease the time until the child was medically ready for discharge.
A merging of wireless technology and medical care is still in its infancy, but health systems that began pilot programs with the technology in recent years say they see signs that it is keeping patients healthier.
With the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act, pulse oximetry is poised to play an even bigger role in helping hospitals achieve the end goal of reducing readmissions through patient monitoring.
RT consulted leaders in patient monitoring technology to find out how pulse oximetry is evolving and how devices are improving chronic respiratory disease management.
UC Berkeley engineers have created a pulse oximeter sensor comprised of organic materials.
Masimo's latest noninvasive patient monitoring parameter, Oxygen Reserve Index ORI, can provide advanced warning of potential hypoxia and may help clinicians optimize oxygenation before and during prolonged intubation.