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Cincinnati Hospital Gets Critical Care System

October 6, 2008
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In an effort to improve critical care delivery,

The Christ Hospital of Cincinnati has implemented Baltimore-based

Visicu’s eICU. According to the company, the Ohio hospital will become the first in the Greater Cincinnati Tristate to implement the product.

The Philips-owned company, Visicu, touts that it combines early warning software and remote monitoring to connect off-site critical care physicians and nurses to ICU patients.

The Christ Hospital is a 555-bed, not-for-profit acute care facility, which provides services in cardiovascular care, spine treatment and women's health. A total of 44 Christ Hospital ICU beds will be monitored around the clock by a critical care team from the hospital’s Critical Connections Center, located in The Christ Hospital Medical Office Building.

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