Leverage RFID technology to enhance your institution’s safety and productivity
RFID technology has the potential to drastically improve the healthcare industry. RFID reduces medicine forgery, optimizes the clinical trial procedure, increases patient tracking and identification quality, facilitates inventory management, enhances communications between patients and healthcare professionals, and eliminates the danger of delivering the wrong prescriptions.
RFID is particularly important for infant safety. A custom-designed RFID tag is fastened to the newborn’s ankle at the time of delivery, using cutting-edge technology to broadcast a unique ID to the neighborhood network of readers tracing its whereabouts. Any unlawful movement outside of a designated area will set off alarms, notify staff, and shut nearby access points to prevent baby snatching.
RFID Infant Safety Products
Protect every infant in your care with a reliable RFID Infant safety solution
Infant protection can come with its challenges. People cannot be everywhere at the same time, hence the need for a quality automated infant protection system. With RFID for Healthcare, you can keep a watchful eye on newborns 24/7. The Cadi SmartSense Infant Safety solution uses state-of-the-art active radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to ensure that infants are brought to the right mothers at all times and to prevent infant abduction.
The system comes with pre-paired RFID tags for the infant, mother, and bassinet (or cot) that automatically perform matching verification when the tags are in close range to each other. Coupled with Cadi SmartNodes, real-time security alerts at unauthorized exits protect infants to give their parents complete peace of mind.
Benefits of Infant Security Solutions for Infants and Mothers
There are many benefits to using RFID safety solutions on infants in hospitals, including:
- RFID safety solutions help to prevent infant abduction by ensuring that each infant is correctly accounted for.
- Tags help to prevent mix ups between infants in crowded maternity wards or pediatric units.
- Security tags provide an extra layer of safety and security for infants, giving parents peace of mind.
Overall, infant tags can help keep our youngest patients safe and secure in hospitals, providing essential peace of mind for parents, hospital administrators, and medical staff.
SmartTAG STG-836 Infant Safety Tag and Safety Band
Cadi’s SmartTAG STG-836 active RFID tag is used for infant safety and is strapped on to the baby’s ankle with the aid of Cadi’s specially designed hypoallergenic safety band. Both products are key components of the Cadi SmartSense infant safety solution which also incorporates the use of Cadi STG-856 mother tag and STG-856C baby cot tag.
SmartTAG STG-856C Cot Tag
The STG-856C active RFID tag is a unique component of the Cadi SmartSense Infant Safety Application. The tag is mounted on to the infant’s assigned cot and is used for matching verification with the Cadi STG-836 infant tag.
Wireless Temperature Monitoring System
A wireless temperature-monitoring device aids in the automation of temperature-taking procedures that necessitate personal contact with patients. It has been demonstrated to lessen at least 6 unnecessary interactions between the caregiver and the patient each day
RFID Patient Tracking Systems Products
For increased effectiveness, quicker response rates, and on-time delivery, it is important to have a patient tracking and identification system. This helps to eliminate the need for a manual, time-consuming approach when responding to patients. The Patient Identification System allows a healthcare provider to log and monitor the progress of an individual through the provision of care during their stay at a healthcare institution.
With patient tracking, there can be proper monitoring of
- Bed management and room availability.
- Patient treatment and records.
- Staff schedules, workload, and responses.
To enhance patient safety and a patient’s overall healthcare experience, patient tracking solutions have been adopted by many hospitals in order to manage risks, improve overall efficiency and response rates, swiftly locate patients, and monitor their respective medical records.
SmartTAG STG-856 Patient Tag
Cadi’s SmartTAG STG-856 active RFID tag is primarily used for patient tracking solutions. The tag is issued to all patients. It is also used for infant safety applications in a hospital. The tag is issued to all mothers and used for matching verification with Cadi’s STG-836 infant tag in the SmartSense infant safety application.
SmartNODE SMN-890S Receiver
The Cadi SmartNODE SMN-890S RFID receiver is an integral component of the Cadi SmartSense wireless sensing and location tracking system. The SMN-890S is a POE enabled receiver for receiving data transmitted by all Cadi’s active RFID tags and forwarding them via its built-in Ethernet LAN interface to the Cadi SmartSense software engines for processing.
RFID SmartSense RTLS Assets and Medical Equipment Tracking Products
Asset tracking, whether for industrial or medical equipment, is an essential component of contemporary workplace management. Knowing what you own (or lease) can help you understand how much it costs you and whether it is still functional.
Asset monitoring software consolidates all of your asset data into a single location that you can access at any time, making it simpler to identify items, take a much more practical approach to upkeep, and make better purchase decisions by knowing the ownership costs.
Among the medical equipment that you will be able to keep track of using SmartSense RTLS Tracking systems are
- Patient monitors
- Surgical robots and their parts
- Anesthesia machines
- Ultrasound scanners
- Hospital beds
SmartNODE SMN-826M Exciter
Cadi’s SmartNodeTM SMN-826M Door-Mount Exciter is an integral component of the Cadi SmartSense location tracking system. The SMN-826M is a low-frequency device that operates together with the Cadi SMN-890S Receiver to provide for granular room-level visibility and choke-point location detection. The SMN-826M will trigger any Cadi active RFID tags to transmit its ID when the tags are in close proximity.
SmartTag STG-821W Wi-Fi Tag
The Cadi SmartTAG STG-821W is part of Cadi’s range of proven active Wi-Fi tags that are used for location tracking of personnel or staff in a hospital.
Leveraging Cadi’s unique tag-to-tag proximity detection technology, the STG-821W can also be configured for contact tracing applications to help organizations accurately track, trace and monitor personnel; including staff, visitors and patients coming into proximity contact with each other.