* Different Readers Antennas and Tags
* Medical Equipment Tracking
* Surgical Instruments or Drugs Tracking
* Patient Tracking
* Real-time Location System via WLAN Network for Doctors, Nurses , Patients and Equipment Wavehouse Management
* Easily Integrated with All ERP or HIS, Softwares
* Easily ORMS Integration
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Imagine being hospitalized in a large and crowded hospital and needing the immediate presence of a specialist and a specific device such as an electric shock or some such like. The emergency department supervisor has to call the equipment and specialists you need very soon, but can you only manage the emergency situation with the help of a paging system?
Where to find the exact location of the device or the nearest
Some hospital equipment is very expensive and there is no economic justification for purchasing it for different parts of the hospital and often it is necessary to move it between different parts throughout the day which makes it very difficult to find these devices. On the other hand, there is always the issue of some equipment being stolen or lost. and this is the necessity of RTLS
If you look a bit, you will see many people wandering between hospital floors and needing to go through the same old hospital routine, from doctor visits to labs and radiology, and many laborious tasks that wears a patient
out. People admitted to the hospital may often leave their beds or rooms and go to the restroom or backyard. If something happens to this patient, such as hypotension or loss of consciousness, how can the ward or physicians know? What role does RTLS play in this? All people present at the hospital, including physicians and nurses, and generally from the hospital staff to the equipment, clients, and hospitalized patients, can have their location stored in details via an active face tag in the hospital.
Doctors and nurses have tags that identifies the name and position of the person in question, providing the ability to locate staff for the hospital manager or supervisor.
Medical devices are also located by another type of tag that can be attached to the equipment. Patients also have wrists that, in addition to detecting the patient›s location, can control a number of vital signs. We
can add tags to their wrists in the form of bracelet tags. Now the hospital manager or ward manager can sit in front of the monitor and view the above information online and check on the patients via CCTV and also monitor their vitals.
There is a wireless infrastructure network throughout the hospital that covers all parts of the hospital with wireless coverage. These active tags now detect alternate and timed pulses to identify three access points around them and can map their coordinates to the map using latitude, longitude, and altitude. This is extremely user-friendly in the admin monitor, and easy to navigate.
Valid geographical ranges (xyz) can also be defined for these tags to send a warning to the system administrator or the person themselves if staff, equipment or patients leave the range. Another benefit of this system is the availability of accurate hospital statistics and information which all help patient satisfaction.