Taking Care of Patients Outside ICU
pitals in 35 days across Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai and spoke to CEOs and clinicians. We asked them why they are not doing it (adopting monitoring technology),” he told ET. “Our Initial hypothesis was money, but it was more about manpower. It is about how one nurse can monitor 10 patients together,” he said.
Stasis Labs’ solution has resolved this issue as nurses or clinicians keep getting regular updates on the tablets. If there is any abnormality, the yellow light is a signal — the patient, relatives or nurses could then f lag it off. The Bengaluru and Los Angelesbased startup, which does its hardware manufacturing in Mysuru, raised $ 5 million in a seed round led by RTP-Healthcare Ventures, t he healt hcare -focused i nvestment arm of New York based RTP Ventures.
It s s olut ion i s present ly b e - ing adopted in hospitals such as Narayana Health and Cloudnine. The pricing for the solution is yet to be finalised.
“Continuous monitoring of vitals is essential for any hospital that strives to improve their clinical outcomes. Stasis monitors are able to do this without burdening the limited human resources of hospitals and with increased efficiency,” Dr Alben Sigamani, group head of clinical research at Narayana Health, said in an earlier statement.
Cofounders of Stasis Labs