Promising New Technology Identifies Certain Deteriorating Critical Care Patients Before “Crash”

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New peer-reviewed research by Fifth Eye and Michigan Medicine awarded best paper at international conference on health analytics.

New research shows a groundbreaking clinical tool, in development by Fifth Eye and Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care (MCIRCC), can reliably alert clinicians that a patient is at risk of developing hemodynamic instability — one of the most common causes of death for critically injured or ill patients — well before they deteriorate. This allows for earlier intervention before the patient progresses to cardiac arrest, organ injury, or other serious adverse events.

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