Recently, a group of researchers from Rice University developed a novel neonatal temperature monitoring system for use in low-resource settings. To test and validate their new system, they brought it to a hospital in Malawi, working in collaboration with the University of Malawi, and used MediCollector BEDSIDE to compare data from their device to a standard Philips patient monitor. Learn more about this interesting work in their publication in BMJ Pediatrics Open.
Sosa Saenz, Sonia E et al. “Evaluation of a continuous neonatal temperature monitor for low-resource settings: a device feasibility pilot study.” BMJ paediatrics open vol. 4,1 e000655. 7 May. 2020, doi:10.1136/bmjpo-2020-000655
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