Pyxis® Point of Care Verification

In today's complex healthcare environment, ensuring clinicians have access to up-to-date patient information at the point of care can be a challenge. Learn the features, benefits and functionality of the complete line of point of care verification applications offered by CareFusion. Explore how barcode technology can help your health system increase productivity and reduce costs while also promoting patient safety.

Point of care verification

Pyxis® Infant Care Verification

Identifies and tracks breast milk in the hospital setting to help increase positive patient identification and patient safety by reducing the risk of mislabeling in the NICU/PICU or similar care units from infection transmissions.

Pyxis® Medication Administration Verification

Pyxis® Med Administration Verification

Increase patient safety at the point of care by utilizing barcode technology to promote positive patient identification. Helps you ensure 8-Patient Rights +1 verification with missed meds view and witness-verification functionality.

Pyxis® Med Administration Verification

Pyxis® Nursing Data Collection

Reduce labor intensive manual processes so nurses can spend more time with their patients by automatically capturing, organizing and reviewing important patient monitoring data collected at the point of care—and instantly and securely disseminate this information to appropriate clinicians, on—or off—campus.

Pyxis® Specimen Collection Verification

Enables the association and positive identification of patients and specimens to improve the safety and efficiency of your laboratory specimen collection process at the point of care.

Pyxis® Transfusion Verification

Reduce the potential for errors during the blood transfusion process by promoting positive patient identification and positive blood product identification at the point of care.

References



  • 1 [Banner Image] CareFusion case study, Beloit Memorial Hospital. Individual results may vary.
  • 2 [Promo Image] Blood Transfusions in Critical Care. Critical Care Nursing Clinical Journal, 2010.