Wearable biosensor Wireless remote sensing device

Wearable biosensor

Wireless remote sensing device

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Philips wearable biosensor provides a convenient and comfortable way to keep watch of patients in need of frequent monitoring. This self-adhesive biosensor automatically and continuously measures vital signs, body posture and step count, and detects falls.

Comprehensive, contextual data
Comprehensive, contextual data

Comprehensive, contextual data

Philips wearable biosensors, worn discreetly on the chest, simultaneously gather patient vital signs and critical data, including heart rate, respiratory rate, skin temperature, body posture, fall detection, single-lead ECG, R-R interval (RR-I), and step count.
Enhanced clinical workflow
Enhanced clinical workflow

Enhanced clinical workflow

Philips wearable biosensor automatically and continuously measures, records, and transmits vital signs data to clinical information systems, to enhance clinical workflow. Available measurements will vary by information system.
Mobility and peace of mind || Wearable BioSensors Features

Lightweight, cableless and wireless

Because there are no cables or wires, patients wearing the lightweight biosensors can move freely in their rooms or throughout the unit¹, while you remain confident that your patients are being monitored, even when they are out of sight.

Connected care through wearable devices

As a leader in patient monitoring, our vision is to provide fully integrated, medical-grade wearable solutions that connect real-time data and analytics with tools and dashboards, giving clinicians actionable insights.

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Automated early warning scoring (EWS)


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  • ¹ The coverage area is the line of sight within 33 feet (10 meters) of the relay device. Beyond the coverage area, the patient needs to carry the relay device in a pouch for continuous or frequent measurement.