Create a quieter, safer environment for your patients.

Nurses working in intensive care settings are all too familiar with the overwhelming distraction of constant alarming from patient monitors, ventilators, beds, medication pumps, vital signs monitors, and other medical devices in their care area. Research indicates that 72% to 99% of all alarms are not actionable, which can lead caregivers to become desensitized to critical alarms—a condition commonly known as alarm fatigue.