i‑STAT System in
the hospital

The i‑STAT System benefits a range of departments across the hospital with the industry’s most comprehensive menu of tests on a single point-of-care platform

Delivering lab-quality results in minutes, the i-STAT System allows health care teams to stay with the patient to deliver collaborative, patient-centred care and drive operational peformance. The i-STAT System can benefit a range of hospital departments from the laboratory and respiratory care to the ED and surgical services.


The i-STAT System helps:

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Accelerate time to treatment

In four easy steps, the i‑STAT System delivers lab-quality results, allowing health care teams to make immediate treatment decisions at the patient's bedside.

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Increase system efficiency and productivity

The i‑STAT System has been shown to provide test results significantly quicker than both bench-top systems and the central laboratory.1,2

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Enhance patient satisfaction

By minimising wait times and length of stay, using the i‑STAT System helps deliver focused, patient-centred care and increase family involvement and confidence.

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Provide a broad menu of tests in one solution

The i‑STAT System provides the most comprehensive menu of tests on a single testing system, including those most commonly used in the hospital.


Meeting needs across departments

See how the i‑STAT System helps transform patient care across the hospital.

Emergency department
emergency

Accelerate time to treatment and shorten patient waiting times.

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Critical care
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Deliver lab-quality test results to make decisions when and where they are needed.

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Other hospital departments
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Improve efficiencies in other areas of the hospital, including surgical services, cardiology/cath lab, and more.

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References
1. Ismali F et al. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med 2015;23:68-75.
2. Rooney KD et al. Point of care testing decreases time to lactate results in patients with sepsis. Poster presentation 2015.

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