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Orchestra synchronizes 4 modules so that no information is lost and to meet all your hospital needs.

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In addition to the ICU, monitor and provide more care and safety for your patients in surgical and procedural environments.
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All patient vital signs on a single screen, with remotely accessible visual alarms and alerts.

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Compatible with all equipment, realizes interoperability and cooperation of systems

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Compatible with all equipment, realizes interoperability and cooperation of systems

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Compatible with all equipment, realizes interoperability and cooperation of systems

monitor module

It presents the patient's vital signs in an intuitive and clear way to the intensivist, through panels with alarms, visual alerts, illustrative graphs and historical data.

All data are presented in an organized manner, with an overview of the beds and an individualized view, avoiding visual overload. The module implements process automation that takes up to 30% of the clinical staff's time, reducing the risk of burnout and increasing the team's efficiency, the focus is on the patient instead of transcribing and copying data from the systems.

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Módulo Monitor
Móulo Air

air module

It helps intensivists and physical therapists to manage ventilatory therapy safely and offers remote presentation of all patient data.

Patients with respiratory pathologies require the use of ventilation (invasive or non-invasive). Ventilators, in turn, although essential in monitoring ventilatory procedures, do not have a remote presentation to monitor the progress of treatment.

For contagious infectious diseases such as Covid-19, the use of Orchestra Air can mean drastic reductions in the percentage of infection of the intensivist team, making it possible to monitor patients remotely, with visual and audible alarms for intercurrences, while all data is automatically recorded. through the system, with periodic submissions to the medical record.

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Carenet understands the impacts of Covid-19 on your hospital, and we are with you!

Hiring the Monitor module until  June 30th, we present you with the Air Module for one year.

Webinar, September 15th

From 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Monitor de ventilador hospitalar

Infusion Module

Automates the recording of substance administration made by each pump, eliminating possible human errors.

Routinely, intensivists end up needing to record which substances are being administered in each pump, and for this they resort to manual copying processes. Manual procedures, in addition to being tiring and repetitive, increase the risk of errors in substance labeling and data recording.

The Infusion module captures data from infusion pumps and maintains all system indicators, alerts and alarms on screens that can be accessed remotely by nurses, supervisors, doctors and other specialists. the patient's electronic medical record.

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Módulo Infusion

system module

It performs the communication and sharing of vital information for the orchestration of patient data.

Currently, there are dozens of medical systems installed in hospitals and other care units. Orchestra was conceived to be open, interoperable and cooperative, becoming a bridge between several hospital systems simultaneously.

The System module, guarantees direct and reverse compatibility with the main HIS systems on the market. On an ongoing basis, Carenet has made partnerships and alliances between the market systems, ensuring that all the data collected by the previous modules are presented to the other systems in a matrix of relevance that aims to offer a complete clinical picture of the patient to the intensivists.

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Módulo System

Infusion Module

Automates the recording of substance administration made by each pump, eliminating possible human errors.

Routinely, intensivists end up needing to record which substances are being administered in each pump, and for this they resort to manual copying processes. Manual procedures, in addition to being tiring and repetitive, increase the risk of errors in substance labeling and data recording.

The Infusion module captures data from infusion pumps and maintains all system indicators, alerts and alarms on screens that can be accessed remotely by nurses, supervisors, doctors and other specialists. the patient's electronic medical record.

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Módulo Surgery
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