Bedside Clinical Systems' (BCS) flagship product, the Bedside Paediatric Warning System or BedSidePEWS™, was covered in the February 2014 edition of Hospital News.
The article, written by Rajesh Sharma who is president and CMO of BCS, explains how the technology helps decrease the amount of code blues in paediatric patients.
Invented by Dr. Christopher Parshuram of the Hospital of Sick Children (SickKids), Bedside PEWS™ is now in three hospitals in Canada, the United States and New Zealand. The technology received FDA approval last year.
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Bedside Clinical Systems to bring paediatric care solution to U.S. hospitals
TORONTO, Canada (October 24, 2013) — Bedside Clinical Systems (BCS)’s flagship solution, Bedside Paediatric Early Warning System (BedsidePEWSTM), has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For the complete BedsidePEWS™ FDA Medical Device listing (K124038), click here.
This story was covered in Biotechnology Focus.
BedsidePEWSTM tracks a patient’s vital signs, such as heart rate and blood pressure, as part of routine clinical assessments and outputs a single score to ...
Here’s a snapshot of some MI start-up news that you may have missed over the last week:
OtoSim Inc.'s medical training simulators, which teach otoscopy and otolargyngology skills in an interactive way, were featured on the Healthy Simulation blog. (Watch the interview with Louis Hui, OtoSim's director of business development, on Youtube or see the embedded clip below.)
Crowdmark launched a private beta of their web-based grading application, which has a paper-to-cloud bridge and marking workflow that streamline document assessment on a massive ...
"If there's one profession for which you don't want students to have learning gaps, it's medicine," Rebecca Walberg wrote in the Smart Shift: Agenda for Innovation section in the Financial Post on May 7 (reprinted in the Vancouver Sun on May 9 and in the Calgary Herald on June 6, 2013). "Yet that's exactly what Dr. Paolo Campisi saw while working with medical students at the University of Toronto."
Walberg's article, "Innovation in medical learning a Canadian business success story," describes the ...
Every six weeks, MaRS Innovation's marketing and communications manager writes a guest post for the MaRS Discovery District blog profiling MI's activities or one of our start-up companies. You can read the original post on the MaRS blog.
Nearly 14,000 delegates—representing over 1,100 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centres and related organizations across the United States and more than 60 countries—attended the 2013 BIO International Convention from April 22 to 26, 2013.
The event drew biotechnologists, pharmaceutical industry executives and life sciences researchers, ...
Bedside Clinical Systems featured on Research Innovation and Commercialization Centre (RICC) panel discussion
In an article for YourMississaugaBiz.com, Jon Cook writes, " 'The health-care industry is relying more on the private sector for innovation and small businesses need to make sure they have a strong value proposition in order to get their projects funded,' said Telus Health executive Nicholas Zamora."
The article describes a panel discussion organized by the Research Innovation and Commercialization Centre (RICC) on the "intersection of health care and technology ...
OtoSim Night revolutionizes how students learn to identify ear pathologies
On Feb. 13, 2013, almost 100 second-year University of Toronto (U of T) medical students participated in an optional, intensive, one-hour otoscopy workshop using the OtoSim™ — a training and simulation system that is radically changing the way students in Canada and around the world learn this poorly-acquired medical skill.
And, if you want to use simulation technology to change the way medical professionals are taught, ear disease is a good place to ...
Yonge Street Media, a weekly online magazine that covers talent, innovation, diversity and quality of life stories in the Toronto region, covered Bedside Clinical Systems' (BCS) launch in their Innovation section on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.
BCS is a MaRS Innovation spin-off company created to commercialize decision-support research emerging from The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). (more…)