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l32,500 preventable deaths in hospitals annually from adverse events at a cost of $10B.

Journal of the American Medical Association, 2003


lContinuous monitoring will lower costs significantly—excess cost of failure to rescue in 2012 was 5 million extra hospital days and US$20 Billion.

Extrapolation of 2003 Journal of the American Medical Association data



Analyte Logic (AL) designed the Aegis in vivo blood gas monitoring system for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) in the medical industry. AL’s breakthrough technology, incorporated into OEM devices such as patient surveillance systems, is a paradigm shift for in-hospital, outpatient and at-home surveillance.

Aegis—a fiber optic sensor system—continuously and accurately tracks in vivo oxygen, carbon dioxide, pH and temperature in blood, organs or tissue. It is the only system in the world capable of identifying a problem at the earliest sign of physiological deterioration, earlier than possible by direct human observation, and alerting a healthcare team minutes to hours before a crisis develops.

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