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Continuous monitoring beyond the ICU

Early detection of deteriorating health requires continuous monitoring. Keeping constant tabs on variables for trend analysis and clinical insights is a core feature of Neteera’s microsensor.

Maximizing patient engagement through a frictionless experience

Seamless and continuous patient monitoring, with no patient involvement is a long sought-after solution that will significantly simplify understanding of patient status, improve prognosis, and reduce patient stress levels and cost. Neteera's solution involves a simple one-time set-up and straightforward data display. Patients are thus able to freely engage in their health state, while providers can monitor and be informed in any status change, thereby providing a long-awaited continuum of personalized care.

Neteera’s hands-free approach in the fight against healthcare-associated infections

Digital health and AI provide an opportunity to assist in decreasing numbers and improving HAI statistics by untethering patients from connected devices. The Neteera solution presents a non-wearable contact-free, hands-free, cable-free, and consumable-free approach by which vital signs can be monitored remotely, continuously, and most importantly, without physical contact with medical equipment or staff.

Why Neteera is taking privacy the extra mile

Neteera takes the safeguarding of customers’ PHI seriously and we are dedicated to protecting all sensitive and private information. HIPAA and GDPR are the right step in the right direction, but more is required. We are committed to the security, privacy, and integrity of your personal data and these will never be compromised.

Improving the quality of care for COPD patients with Neteera 130

Real time monitoring of vital signs in managing COPD enables early detection of exacerbations and timely interventions to avoid readmission to hospitals and improve the health status and quality of life for COPD patients. Neteera 130 is intended to monitor patients on a continuous basis and to potentially flag any deterioration to the patient’s physician – helping prevent complications.