Multi-Parameter Alert supports hospital sepsis protocol.

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With Multi-Parameter Alert, clinicians can detect changes in critical parameters over time while supporting hospital protocol for early detection of Sepsis. Contact-free monitoring solution tracks heart rate, respiratory rate, and motion, calculating and updating twice per second. System displays trend data over minutes, hours, or days, allowing professionals to gain better insight into patient health.

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EarlySense Launches New Multi-Parameter Alert to Support Hospital Sepsis Protocol

Technology Continuously Tracks Patient Heart Rate and Respiratory Rate to Assist With Early Detection of Patient Deterioration

WALTHAM, Massachusetts,  -- EarlySense® [ , the market leader in Contact-Free Continuous Monitoring, announced today the availability of its new Multi-Parameter Alert capability, which combines monitoring of a patient's heart rate and respiratory rate to allow clinicians to detect changes in these critical parameters over time while supporting hospital protocol for early detection of Sepsis. 

"Non-ICU patients are at risk for a variety of complications during hospitalization and early warning signs are often subtle and not easily detected," said Avner Halperin, CEO of EarlySense. "By providing healthcare professionals with continuous data and timely indication of change through our Multi-Parameter Alert, precious time can be saved enabling early detection and treatment of Sepsis as well as other potential adverse events."

Sepsis is a life-threatening illness that can impact people of every age, occurring in one of 50 cases of hospitalized patients in the developed world. It is particularly dangerous because diagnosing it early is both challenging and critical as, statistically, for each hour that passes the likelihood of mortality increases by 7.6%.

EarlySense's contact-free monitoring solution tracks heart rate, respiratory rate and motion, calculating and updating twice per second, and displays trend data over minutes, hours or days allowing professionals to gain better insight into patient health. Previous Society of Critical Care Medicine guidelines for detecting sepsis included two of three symptoms: elevated respiratory rate of 22, heart rate of above 90 and temperature of above 101 or below 96.8. New guidelines add that clinicians should also assess a patient for altered mental state and systolic blood pressure of 100 mm HG or less.

"With the new guidelines and our Multi-Parameter Alert, we are confident that EarlySense will help hospitals reduce adverse events while maintaining patients' comfort and well-being. We have been fortunate to be involved with hospitals that have reported significant clinical results while using the EarlySense System and are excited to offer this additional capability to assist medical teams in providing even safer care and in saving even more lives," added Halperin.

EarlySense is showcasing its All-in-One System at the AONE Annual Meeting taking place March 30 - April 2 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Texas - Booth #1125.

About EarlySense 

EarlySense provides contact-free, continuous monitoring solutions for the medical and consumer digital health markets. EarlySense's patented sensor and advanced algorithms monitor and analyze cardiac, respiratory, sleep and motion parameters.

Used in hospitals and healthcare facilities worldwide, EarlySense medical products assists clinicians in early detection of patient deterioration, helping to prevent adverse events, including code blues, preventable ICU transfers, patient falls and pressure ulcers.

The myEarlySense smart home-compatible consumer solution brings hospital-proven technology to the home, providing valuable data regarding wellness and sleep. myEarlySense OEM technology is at the core of wellness and sleep products marketed by international partners including Samsung, Beurer and iFit. EarlySense was founded in 2004 and has offices in Waltham, MA and Ramat Gan, Israel. For more information, please visit  and

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