With monitored integrations of both the nurse call system, the medical devices around the patient and possibly a smart sensor, IQ Messenger takes care of all alarms. Alarms are filtered and provided with acoustic and optical recognition delivered to the device or SmartApp. This alarm allocation is simply carried out by the ward nurses, including both the “buddy” principle and the fall-back groups in the event of failure to respond (or late response).
The graphical assignment module (GEA) immediately shows which patient is registered in the room and to which professional the alarms are assigned.
Down-time or disruption of the nurse call system, the smart sensor or medical equipment in the room is immediately detected by the IQ Messenger platform and converted into an alarm notification (chain monitoring). Observation of the room and patient can also make a major contribution to the quality of care by using the smart sensor. This allows healthcare professionals to work safely and with confidence in an environment with single rooms.