Hospitals are information-intensive environments in which many different types of caregivers work together. This requires clear standards. LynX® Connect satisfies this need by processing both manually and automatically generated signals. The key focus is immediately detecting, and responding to, all emergency situations.
More than 50% of all hospital standards are based on patient safety. The LynX® Intelligent Devices; the smart button, bracelet, necklace, application, remote control and clip help enhance the perceived security of the user. With one press of the button, the patient can alert a caregiver. At the same time, the caregiver in turn can inform their colleagues in the event of an emergency situation that requires multiple caregivers. Signals are sent to the LynX® Node using the local Bluetooth spectrum. This signal is then sent to the LynX® Server over the local data network. This stable technological architecture bolsters the quality of care and enhances the working environment.
In addition to manual alerts, the LynX® Ecosystem also implements various options for automatic alarms. This second category automatically triggers an alarm in the event of a change in the normal situation. Examples of automatic alert notifications include fire alarms, temperature signals and sensor alerts. The latter in turn consists of wandering patient detection, location applications and medical alarms. Deviations from normal behaviour can be configured as desired, offering an endless amount of customisation possibilities. This ensures uninterrupted and automatic protection of the patient.
A camera can be provided in the room and activated to optimally assess emergency situations.
To ensure the functioning of medical equipment and to guarantee patient safety, LynX® Connect will alert the caregiver in the event of a power or oxygen failure.
An automatic alarm is triggered in fire situations so that caregivers and patients can evacuate immediately.
An automatic nurse call is established when the patient deviates from his normal behavioral pattern.
If patient monitors, infusion pumps, fans, etc. do not work properly, the automatic alarm will activate immediately.
The status of a device can be queried easily via the Simple Network Management Protocol. Depending on the status of the device, the automatic alarm activates to inform the person responsible of malfunctions or problems.
Only authorized personnel will have access to specific areas to increase safety within your healthcare environment.
The monitoring and measurement of physical parameters complete and consolidate the whole of values that control the state of affairs and the alarms of buildings.
The professional care provider is always aware of all alarms within the care environment, no matter the time or the place.
The professional caregiver receives an automatic alarm with e-mail notifications so they are always informed of important information.
Sensors on windows and doors activate when opening or closing.
If the patient is wandering off, an automatic alarm message is triggered. This way, the professional can intervene poractively and eliminate the emergency situation.