Temperature monitoring is a vital part of oncology care. Early fever detection leads not only to improved patient outcomes, but also to significant cost savings for hospitals in the forms of shorter stays and lower readmissions. The current standard of care - manually measuring temperature every 4 to 8 hours, or continuously via pulmonary artery catheter - comes with potential challenges such as risk of infection, drains on staff time, inconsistent readings and human error.
New continuous temperature monitoring devices use noninvasive sensors to monitor vital signs consistently and accurately, enable healthcare professionals to intervene earlier when a fever arises and can improve patient outcomes. Download this playbook to learn:
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