Cost Savings from increased efficiencies
Cost Savings from increased
efficiencies have been reported by;
Cheltenham, Barnstable, Peterborough,
Nurses and clinical staff expect support
departments to be able to identify inaccurate pulse oximeter sensors and remove
them from use. The education of nurses and medical staff in the use of pulse
oximetry does not exempt pulse oximetry from being accurate.
Lightman has resulted in a reduction of bed occupancy by up to 2 days by
removing inaccurate sensors from use and improving oxygen therapy.
Lightman is an unique quality control tool for checking pulse oximeter sensor
accuracy. The traceable calibration enshrined in The Lightman is re-assuring and
is an essential component of quality systems. The Lightman enables guarantee of
quality assurance in pulse oximeter sensors.
The Lightman enables rapid
identification of inaccurate pulse oximeter sensors on site, without having to
take equipment out of use for hours or even days improves patient safety with
The identification and removal from clinical use of
inaccurate pulse oximeter sensors enabled by The Lightman has allowed users to
become more confident in their use of pulse oximetry and patient safety has been
The Lightman evokes good clinical practice with improved
The Lightman has minimised the need to take
functional equipment out of commission. Rapid diagnosis of sensor faults without
having to take equipment out of use has increased medical efficiencies. The
Identification of design faults in pulse oximeter sensors has improved the
quality of goods received from our suppliers with less wasted time on the wards
with faulty equipment.