Simple. Flexible. Affordable.
Curbell’s simple approach is non-disruptive to clinical workflow, and scalable. The direct connect system allows hospitals to control disposable utilization, using disposable and reusable lead wires interchangeably to achieve both infection reduction and financial goals
Simple — No Adaptors Required
OnePatient disposable ECG lead wires reduce the infection and the hassle, connecting directly to existing cables.
- Monitor compatibility is not dependent on adaptors that can be confusing and disruptive to clinical workflow
- Adaptors are often misplaced or accidentally discarded
OnePatient set-up is quick, with one-step, – no training required!
Flexible — Controlled Utilization
Use OnePatient disposables house-wide, in high-risk departments or only on high-risk patients, the decision is yours!
- OnePatient disposable lead wires can be used interchangeably with reusable lead wires
- Allows hospital to control utilization
The direct connect design empowers hospitals to choose the solution that works best for their unique situation, containing cost and waste.
The direct connect system allows hospitals to achieve both infection reduction and financial goals.
- Controlled spend achieved with scalable utilization
- Expensive adaptors and disposable cables are not required
OnePatient makes the best practice recommendations of the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and SHEA (Society of Healthcare Epidemiologists) affordable. 1, 2
1. Source: Siegel, JD et al (2006). “Management of Multidrug-Resistant Organisms In Healthcare Settings, 2006”. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee (HICPAC); 1-74.)
2. Source: Muto, CA et al (2003). “SHEA Guideline for Preventing Nosocomial Transmission of Multidrug-Resistant Strains of Staphylococcus aureus and Enterococcus”. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology; Vol. 24, No. 5;362-386.)
* OnePatient Disposable Lead Wires are not for use in MRI equipment.
** Adapters are not required in most applications. They may be required in select applications to enable the use of a single set per patient stay.