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Riga Stradins hospital is trialling the multi-patient body temperature remote monitoring solution by Aranet

The latest innovation by the Latvian company SAF Tehnika has recently been installed in P. Stradins Clinical University Hospital – Aranet wireless sensors for remote monitoring of patients’ body temperature. The new system greatly helps in limiting in-patient visits and reducing the staff workload at the time when medical staff is battling COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The Aranet medical thermometer is a high-quality monitoring system distinguished by fast and convenient system installation, accuracy, and automatic collection of patients’ temperature data. Installed warning signals allow medical personnel to react faster to acute changes in the patient’s temperature. Up to 100 sensors can be connected to a single Aranet base station, which makes it possible to remotely monitor patients without being in direct contact with them. The Aranet built-in memory ensures continuous recording and storage of data for 10 years, including in the event of Internet outages.

 

 

“In this emergency situation, Latvian companies as well as medical institutions had to look for innovative solutions and new approaches to everyday work”, says Rinalds Mucins, the Chairman of the Board of Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital. “We are pleased to admit that we are succeeding. We can adapt and provide care and assistance to our hospital patients by introducing various new technological solutions into the daily work of doctors and nurses. Therefore, it is a double pleasure to receive this donation – the body temperature measurement system created by a Latvian company which will significantly ease the critical daily work of our nurses and alleviate the heavy workload of existing employees that they often experience due to the lack of nursing staff.”

 

 

Photos: Arturs Matuzals, PSKUS

 

 

“The world is faced with a situation that has not been seen in a very long time. The last global pandemic was in 1918. No one knows what to do or how to do it. The world is learning by doing and so are we at SAF Tehnika. In the very first week of the declared emergency state, we wrote and submitted our project to the EU HORIZON 2020 programme to combat the COVID19 pandemic. I do not know anyone who has written and submitted a paper to the Brussels science programme in just 48 hours. SAF did it, thanks to our employees. This was the beginning of the product “Large-Scale Wireless Body Temperature Monitoring Solution for Hospitals”. Without waiting for the outcome of the grant, we have already created the first version of the thermometer and are able to offer it all over the world” says Normunds Bergs, the Chairman of the Board of SAF Tehnika, thanking the company team.

 

 

“This collaboration with Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital is an important step towards the development of medical sensors. Real hospital conditions will allow us to better understand the specifics of the medical field and improve our product portfolio”, says Edgars Sparnins, Aranet Product Manager at SAF Tehnika.

 

 

COVID-19, a disease caused by the novel coronavirus, has taken lives of many people around the world, bluntly showing the shortcomings in the healthcare sector during a large-scale pandemic. The Aranet automated monitoring system is designed with the hope of providing the necessary support to healthcare professionals, limiting their exposure to the virus.

 

 

About Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital

Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital is the leading multi-specialty hospital that provides a full range of emergency and planned medical care, as well as provides pre- and post-diploma education, carries out scientific research and ensures approbation and implementation of new treatment methods and technologies in Latvia. It is multi-specialty hospital, providing treatment and care in 26 branches of medicine. Stradins hospital is the only hospital in Latvia which provides organ transplantation. About 310 000 patients are treated and consulted in the hospital every year. | www.stradini.lv

 

 

About Aranet

Aranet is a brand of SAF Tehnika, under which wireless sensor technologies are being developed. The Joint Stock Company SAF Tehnika, listed in NASDAQ Riga under the symbol SAF1R, has 20 years of experience in manufacturing and designing modern wireless data transmission technologies with its products being used in more than 130 countries. The company has developed a range of wireless sensor solutions for industries such as agronomy and horticulture, building management, food processing, supermarkets and many more, making it easy to collect and analyze real-time data. | www.aranet.com

 

 

Learn more: Aranet Medical Thermometer

 

For more detailed information, please contact us at medical@aranet.com

 

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