At Hospital 57357, we are constantly engaged in development and up-grading, aiming to ensure best quality performance and maximize patients’ outcomes. As such, we provided the intensive care, surgery and bone marrow transplantation sections with 33 latest technology vital signs monitors.
Eng. Doaa Yehia revealed that the purpose of upgrading is not just for acquiring the latest monitors, but for offering the latest technology in monitoring patients’ vital signs. With these new monitors, all patients vital signs such as heart functions, oxygen level and direct and indirect blood pressure are recorded and linked to a central monitoring station and sent automatically to patient’s profile without any human intervention. This way physicians are enabled to view patients’ information at any point in time.
The intensive care unit has already received 20 new monitors that replaced the old ones. The new monitors started working two weeks ago.