Our mission

We develop innovative technologies to make seniors' life free from pressure injuries.

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How pressure injuries affect aged care providers?

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Percentage of aged care residents in Australia with pressure injuries*
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Average wound management cost (per incident, including labor)
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incurred by aged care providers due to inefficient workload (per year per bed)

Clinical impact

Pressure injuries (PI) are one of the main triggers that accelerate deterioration in residents. Excessive repositioning also leads to chronic sleep deprivation

Financial Implications

Wound management: $3,000 - $5,000 per incident. Reposition labor cost: $5,000 - $10,000 per bed per year. Vacancy opportunity cost: $20,000 - $50,000 per facility per year.

compliance issues

Residents and their families often file pressure injury related complaints, which can have a negative regulatory impact.

emotional burden

Pressure injury incidents result in negative emotions among residents and their families. They also have a significant emotional impact on nurses - pressure injuries are commonly considered a major contributor to emotional fatigue. Overall, pressure injury prevention interventions are among the least desirable tasks among nurses.

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What causes late repositions?

LACK OF TRAINING

Repositioning decisions are typically done by AINs who often aren’t trained in pressure injury prevention. A common mistake made is deviating from the repositioning plan.

NO DATA

Historical positioning data is essential for pressure injury prevention. However, such data is not commonly available. For example, data can be missing due to miscommunications during handovers, emergencies, and gaps in documentation.

NO NOTIFICATIONS

Lack of automatic notifications is one of the main reasons that repositions are late. This is especially true during emergencies and shift handovers.

PI ARE EASY TO DEVELOP

Even a minor gap in repositions – as short as one hour – can result in an advanced-stage pressure injury.

how does SensorX work?

STEP 1: REPOSITION DETECTION

Located on the wall near the ceiling, SensorX automatically detects body repositions.

STEP 2: STATUS TRACTION

Nurses regularly receive the status of all residents. When necessary, SensorX can suggest optimal positions for the next reposition. If reposition is late, SensorX's 24/7 monitoring team contacts the person in charge directly.

STEP 3: REPOSITION

A nurse conducts a reposition. If the reposition is incorrect (e.g. an inappropriate position), the nurse is notified.

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SensorX advantages

CONTACTLESS
The device is located on the wall near the ceiling. It doesn't come into contact with the resident's body or bed.
NO CLEANING
No cleaning is needed.
NO MAINTENANCE
SensorX device doesn't require regular maintenance.
NO TRAINING
The device is fully automatic and doesn't require nurses or AINs to operate it. Instructions are received via dashboard and text messages. Non-standard situations are managed by the 24/7 support team.
NO TRIPPING RISK
The device has no wires that would create a tripping risk for residents or nurses.
NO DRILLING
Installation takes 10 minutes per bed and requires no modifications to the facility interior.

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NO PRIVACY RISK

The device has no access to personal information. Identification of a resident is impossible.

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