How many lives would be saved if clinicians could identify serious medical emergencies sooner? In the world of healthcare, a matter of seconds can mean the difference between life and death.
SunTech’s newest DeltaTrak™ technology* is designed to detect a sudden change in a patient’s blood pressure, well ahead of the next scheduled arm cuff measurement. This earlier warning has the potential to improve patient safety and outcomes and give rapid feedback on the success of clinical intervention.
*DeltaTrak™ is not a product or medical device. DeltaTrak™ has not been cleared by the FDA and is not currently available for sale.Read Our Press Release
Rapid response to changes in blood pressure can be crucial for first responders. Clinicians rely on timely and accurate information to make split-second decisions regarding patient treatment.
During dialysis, a sudden increase or decrease in a patient’s blood pressure could be cause for alarm. DeltaTrak™ technology will provide a continuous BP interpolation, giving you peace of mind that DeltaTrak™ will alert you to any changes.
Clinicians can use blood pressure data to better understand sleep quality and associated underlying health conditions, but cuff inflations are disruptive to sleep by nature. With one cuff calibration reading right before bed, DeltaTrak™ will be able to monitor changes in BP all night long with minimal cuff inflations.
Measuring blood pressure using arterial catheters is commonplace in the ICU and OR. However, this procedure can be both expensive and risky in terms of infection management. Using DeltaTrak™, a non-invasive BP solution, could help mitigate this risk, associated costs, and ensure patient safety.
DeltaTrak™ will make vital signs monitoring in animals more accessible than ever as a safe and cost-effective alternative to arterial line placement. A BP cuff placed around the tail will provide calibration readings, while holding the continuous BP sensor in place to fill in the gaps between cuff readings.
With nearly 30 years dedicated solely to designing clinical-grade blood pressure technology, our story is best told by the company we keep.