Humidity Monitoring

Reduce risk of illness, infection and property damage

Eliminate healthcare-associated infections

Moisture rich conditions in endoscopy cabinets and other storage units can lead to bacteria, which could be transmitted during procedures.

Patient and staff comfort and safety

High humidity in the OR can easily turn into a health risk as condensation starts falling from unsterilized areas like the ceiling and light fixtures. 

Expensive equipment damage

Elevated humidity levels can generate high levels of static which can cause damage to sensitive hospital equipment.

Flood risk

Hospital organizations store a lot of important documentation. The loss of paperwork or irreplaceable medical research is devastating and often costly.

Inefficient manual processes

Monitoring humidity conditions is a time-consuming task that takes time away from patient care. Manual monitoring is error-prone and can lead to time-consuming and costly investigations.

Reduces risk of healthcare-associated infections

Monitor humidity levels in endoscopy cabinets and other storage units to reduce risk of bacterial infections in scopes and other equipment

Maintains operating room comfort and safety

With humidity sensors in the OR, staff knows in real-time if moisture levels are too high or too low and can immediately adjust to stop humidity from causing condensation.

Fights flood risk

With sensors in place, facilities managers know in real-time if document or storeroom is taking on too much moisture, allowing staff to quickly take proactive measures to contain and stop water from causing damage.

Reduces labor costs and improves productivity

Eliminates manual temperature monitoring and enables staff to focus on clinical tasks. Automates reports of logged data to help identify trends.

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