INFANT-Guardian® is the next generation of the Guardian™ software, a bedside Electronic Patient Record allowing clinicians to capture the full patient information during childbirth contemporaneously and at the point of care, and now including the INFANT®, INtelligent Fetal AssessmeNT, algorithm to interpret the fetal heart rate recording during labour and delivery.
INFANT-Guardian® is an intelligent system that offers a comprehensive Risk Reduction Technology for Labour and Delivery by ensuring the capture of quality data and by bringing hospital and national guidelines, and care bundles, to the very point of care to support clinicians in best practice, to reduce errors, and reduce poor birth outcomes.
INFANT-Guardian® replaces all paper notes within the delivery room. All clinical information is captured at the bedside, electronically. This information is then communicated over the hospital network where it can be viewed at Central Stations, Doctors’ offices, Consultant’s home if on call or, indeed, can be viewed anywhere, anytime on tablet or smartphone via the internet by any authorised personnel. This improved communication model, of Many-for-One, ensures that individual clinicians working at the point of care are fully supported by senior staff allowing greater oversight and vigilance.
UK & Ireland: Ian Crozier
+44 (0)1752 397800
+44 (0)7768 194984
Australia and New Zealand: Peter Hunt
Australia: +61 3 8820 3160
New Zealand: 04 889 2238
|Birthplace FULL Clinical report 2011||CESDI Summary 1999|
|INFANT Letters and Minutes 2006-7||Keith RDF et al 17 experts paper BJOG 1996|
|Morecambe Bay Report 2015||National Audit Office Report Maternity Services 2013|
|National Maternity Review Report 2016 (29 MB)||NHS Litigation Authority Annual Report and Accounts 2014-15|
|NHS Litigation Authority Annual Report and Accounts 2015-16||NHSE Mandate 16-17 22 Jan 2016|
|Saving Babies' Lives - A care bundle for reducing stillbirth||Spotlight on Maternity Guide 2016|
|RCOG Each Baby Counts Report|
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