Irvine, Calif.-based Masimo’s iSirona hub is designed to maximize interoperability across care, with efficiency in physically connecting up to six medical devices at the bedside and automatically routing the data to the company’s Hospital Automation platform.
Masimo Root, a patient monitoring and connectivity platform, supplements iSirona to help ensure that all patient data is accurately and efficiently captured and presented to clinicians in suitable ways, according to a news release.
iSirona includes a multi-slotted mounting bracket so it can be fixed in a room or mounted directly to a mobile medical device, such as a ventilator, with an onboard rechargeable battery and local storage that allow continued operation and data buffering for up to two hours in the event of a power outage or loss of network connectivity.
“We believe that Masimo’s Hospital Automation platform is the most customizable, versatile, and future-focused connectivity solution on the market,” Masimo founder & CEO Joe Kiani said in the release. “We continue to deepen our understanding of what data clinicians most want to have at their fingertips and how, in the ideal hospital of tomorrow, it will be available to them—and to develop monitoring, display, automation, notification, and reporting solutions that best address these needs now.
“iSirona, the latest member of the Hospital Automation family, makes it easier than ever to add connectivity wherever it’s needed—bringing offline data online, smoothing workflows, and ultimately, helping clinicians improve patient care.”