Masimo launches UniView data integration system

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Masimo (Irvine, Calif.) recently announced that it has launched its UniView system to help promote data sharing and team coordination between multiple clinicians.

The UniView system is an integrated display of real-time data and alarms that others its information from a number of Masimo and third-party devices. It helps clinicians in operating rooms, intensive care units and other areas have a central location where they can access data from a variety of medical devices that are in use.

UniView is able to retrieve information from different sources like patient monitors, ventilators, anesthesia gas machines and IV pumps to display that information to one or more large, central monitors for clinicians to view. Real-time patient status and historical trends, as well as visual alarm indicators, are transmitted from connected devices to help clinicians notice patient distress.

“We are answering clinicians’ calls for logical, clinically transformational cockpits for the collaborative ORs and ICUs of the future,” Joe Kiani, founder and CEO of Masimo, said in a press release. “UniView is a great example of Masimo’s ongoing commitment to automating patient care, whether it’s making pulse oximeters accurate when you need that accuracy most, creating new noninvasive monitoring technologies such as SpHb, or in this case, unsiloing data, enhancing connectivity, and communicating patient data as effectively and efficiently as possible, so that clinicians can focus more on their patients. We look forward to introducing additional enhancements soon – helping to bring automation and connectivity to the next level.”

UniView features four different layout views that the clinicians can use to access different data point. The Overview layout allows clinicians to view monitoring data from all connected points-of-care and therapeutic devices. The Hemodynamics layout allows clinicians to view data trends for noninvasive hemoglobin, pleats variability index and pulse rate. The Oxygenation layout shows the ventilator waveforms with noninvasive trended hemoglobin and oxygen saturation to help monitor a patient’s oxygenation status. The Sedation layout shows high-fidelity EEG waveforms, patient state index and anesthesia machine data to help monitor a patient’s sedation.

Masimo’s UniView follows the company’s Kite system that receives data from Root on a larger screen and gathers data from all connected devices in a room to display monitoring data.

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