Research shows that in many cases, patient outcomes are correlated to the rapidity of clinical detection and response, with delays causing an increase in morbidity. Sepsis accounts for 37,000 deaths per year in the UK and costs the NHS an estimated £2.5bn, which is more than bowel cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer put together. Early detection and response is a critical tool in the fight to improve patient outcomes and reduce morbidity.

GROUNDVISION Radar gives critical care teams and first responders views of Early Warning Scores and provides fast insight into deteriorating patients. It provides real-time views of a patient’s vital signs, enabling responders to intervene earlier, with potentially life-saving results.

As well as providing early visibility of patients that need attention, Radar also analyses previous patient scores and calculates the health trajectory of the patient, making it instantly recognisable visually through colour coding.