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GE Healthcare’s DoseWatch dose management solution can be the cornerstone of a comprehensive, proactive radiation management program.
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A digital clinical decision support tool that puts relevant, reliable, and predictive information at your fingertips.
Navigator Applications Suite* software is a smart technology that analyzes drug therapy information to help model and predict the effect of supported anaesthesia-related drugs and drug interactions.
It helps provide valuable information to support you in optimising patient management based on your clinical judgement.
Navigator provides quick access to a continuous flow of centralized, relevant information.
Navigator Applications Suite* is a software-driven solution designed to analyze drug therapy information in order to help model and predict the effect of supported anaesthetic agents, drugs and synergies.
The complete applications software suite includes:
Navigator Therapy collects data from IV pumps, patient monitors, and the anaesthesia delivery system. It applies predictive pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modelling to the data collected – helping you visualize the modelled effects of anaesthesia drugs and their interactions. Navigator helps provide valuable information to support you in optimizing patient management based on your clinical judgement.
With Navigator Protocol, you can upload your hospital’s own care protocols – all easily searchable and accessible for guidance when you need them. It provides you with reassurance that your care decisions are guided by the experience and best practices in your hospital’s clinical protocols.
Anaesthesia delivery devices have evolved into highly complex systems. If a technical problem occurs, time and the right action are of the essence. Navigator Device helps you identify and troubleshoot anaesthesia machine problems and displays clear diagnostic information and the steps you should take for corrective action. Navigator Device provides online device troubleshooting of GE Aisys*, Avance*, and ADU Carestations.
Navigator Therapy helps bring balance to anesthesia management. It collects data from infusion pumps, the patient monitor and the anesthesia delivery system and applies predictive pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling to that data. By helping you visualize the modeled effects of anesthesia drugs and their interactions, decision support is enhanced.
Quick access to your hospital’s standard, specific clinical care protocols helps you standardize procedures right at the point of need and make more confident decisions at a critical time.
With Navigator Protocol, your hospital’s own care protocols are close at hand – easily searchable and accessible for clear guidance when you need it. The result: robust procedural compliance and quality through timely access to approved protocols.
Navigator Protocol is:
Anaesthesia delivery devices have evolved into highly complex systems. If a technical problem occurs, time and the right action are of the essence.
Navigator Device helps you identify and trouble-shoot anaesthesia machine problems quickly and directly, to help reduce system downtime. It provides easy, immediate, online device trouble-shooting of GE Aisys*, Avance* and ADU anaesthesia delivery systems. And it displays clear diagnostic information and the steps you should take for corrective action.