Hospital temperature monitoring system
Selsium Ward & Clinic Monitor
Selsium is a hospital temperature monitoring system and has been designed specifically for wards and clinics to keep drugs safe from damage and the public safe from harm.
Reliable monitoring with audit trails and reports for MHRA compliance.
A Simple Solution - hospital temperature monitoring system
Hospital staff under increasing time pressure, it makes sense to ease the stress by removing general manual reporting from day-to-day duties where possible. Our latest in-ward temperature technology, this is now achievable with Selsium.
Selsium is a simple hospital temperature monitoring system for wards that not only helps free up nurses’ time, but also reduces the risk to patients from potential ineffective vaccines and ensure medicine waste is eliminated.
Using wireless telemetry designed and manufactured in the UK by Hanwell, Selsium is deployed over a few wards with either just a handful of fridges or many wards with hundreds of fridges.
When the temperature within one of those fridges breaches pre-determined settings, a buzzer will sound to alert the staff. Normally someone would need to go to a PC to view the alarm but with Selsium that is a thing of the past. The alarm notification and actions will be delivered to a nominated printer for staff to quickly identify and rectify.
Because Selsium also stores the data on a local network, the system can be used by senior staff to access, analyse and identify any potential trends that may cause problems in the future.
How it works
When an alarm condition is detected, a buzzer will sound to alert the staff that an issue 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 sent directly to a nominated printer for the staff to deal with.
The printout has all the information required to quickly identify the problem fridge and instructions on what to do.
Selsium stores all of your the data on a local database. This means that 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. With this in mind, our hospital refrigerator temperature monitoring system has specifically designed reports that will identify fridges that are constantly going into alarm.
Regular alarm notifications could be a result of 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.
All of this leads to a better quality of service and money saving from reduced waste.