While Therapy Administration is used by nurses to document the performance of the diagnostic and therapeutic activities, Electronic Prescription is used by doctors to plan the patient's treatment (drugs, infusions, laboratory tests, diagnostic assessments, consultations).
Central Station module provides a condensed list of the active orders for the patients in the ICU; it is therefore the ideal complement for the other two modules.
The Therapy Administration module helps nursing staff perform tasks related to the planning and administration of drugs. Nurses can view the current medications being administered, the tasks to be performed and the tasks that were not performed at the time they were planned, all on a single display screen.
Therapy Administration standardizes record keeping and improves patient safety, as well as operational and workflow efficiency.
The different prescriptions are painted as buttons. Touch the button on the screen to get more information, to either confirm the administration values or to adjust them.
The nurse can view on one single screen the current therapy, the actions to be performed now, the future actions and, alarmed, the ones in late.
- Precisely and timely perform, record and control each order in the treatment plan.
- Produce synthetic, complete and comprehensive reports showing the current treatment.
- Cost-related information is immediately available for billing and statistical analysis.
- Significantly reduce the time required to produce the treatment's written documentation.
- Order editing at execution time.
- Execution time and quantity can be adjusted to suit actual values.
- The name of the nurse performing (editing or canceling) the order and the reason for the change is requested.
- An intuitive user interface is designed around the touch screen.
TTherapy modules are part of the DIGISTAT® Intensive Care Solution, click here or a full description of this comprehensive solution for the ICUs.
Therapy Administration was created to ease the workload of Intensive Care Nurses.