Hospital refrigerator temperature monitoring system
Selsium Ward & Clinic Monitor
Selsium is designed as a hospital refrigerator temperature monitoring system that keeps your drugs safe from damage and the public safe from harm.
Traditional monitoring systems require staff to constantly monitor a computer for alerts or rely on SMS or email messages. Some systems are cloud-based with expensive hosting costs which go on for ever adding additional unnecessary costs.
Hospital nursing staff are extremely busy people whose main focus is caring for their patients, manual temperature recording is just another task that takes up their time and due to the frequency of recording excursions will get missed.
Selsium is different. This clinic and hospital refrigerator temperature monitoring system uses proven wireless technology from the IMC Group and is supported on both Hanwell Synergy and IceSpy Notion software platforms. Therefore, if your clinic or hospital already has one of these systems in other departments you can add Selsium clinic and ward monitor onto your existing system.
Selsium can be deployed over a few wards or clinics with just a handful of fridges or many wards with hundreds of fridges. If your Trust has remote sites or other hospitals in the Trust these can all be added to the system. Essentially there is no limit to the size of the system and there are no on-going costs other than calibration and battery replacements.
How it works
When an alarm condition is detected a buzzer will sound to alert the staff that an alarm condition has occurred. Normally someone would need to go to a PC to view the alarm, with Selsium that is a thing of the past. The alarm notification will be delivered to a nominated printer for the staff to deal with.
The printout has all the information required to quickly identify the problem fridge, the printout even has instructions on what to do.
Because Selsium also stores the data on a local database the system can be used by senior staff to review data and identify any potential trends that may cause problems in the future.
Senior staff can receive automated scheduled reports by email allowing them to easily manage large numbers of fridges effortlessly. This hospital refrigerator temperature monitoring system has specifically designed scheduled reports that will identify fridges that are constantly going into alarm.
This could be caused by faulty equipment or poor staff handling, the data produced allows for better management of the fridges and to order replacements before failure occurs or to improve staff training.
This all leads to better quality of service and money saving from reduced waste.