The Cadi Smart Sense infant safety solution (Gen II) promises to further enhance maternity patients’ experience after the delivery of their new bundle of joy in the hospital. Using the state-of-the-art RFID tag-to-tag communication technology, the new automatic and on-demand matching feature allows anxious mothers and fathers to ensure that the right baby is brought to them at all times. Infants will wear a tamper proof infant tag with a comfortable hypoallergenic strap while mothers will wear an RFID-enabled mother tag.
The mother tag will automatically sound a respond when a baby with an infant tag is first brought to the mother by the caregiver. In addition, the mother tag comes with a button for on-demand match status request with an infant. Parents simply press the button and the tag will respond with a pleasant tune or an alert sound to indicate a right baby from a wrong baby. As the Cadi infant and mother tag communicates directly with each other without the need of receivers nearby, the mother is able to match her correct infant anytime, anywhere. Coupled seamlessly with the newly launched Gen II exciters to be placed at the exits, the Cadi infant safety system is also able to protect infant from being brought out of these exits without authorization.
Usage of the infant tag has been designed to be intuitive. The infant tag will be turned off automatically when placed on the neat storage tray. This helps to preserve battery power when it is not in use. Integrated with a skin detection technology, the new infant tag is turned on automatically when a nurse picks up the tag. In addition, the communication protocol of the infant tag has been optimized to effectively reduce power consumption.
The new Gen II Infant safety solution also promises to further reduce nurses’ workload. Registration workflow has been streamlined with the new foolproof pre-paired feature of the mother and infant tag. Nurses do not have to perform a manual pairing follow by a manual registration at the computer anymore. This improved process not only reduces nurses’ workload, it also eliminates any possibility of human error of pairing the wrong infant tag with the mother tag.
On top of the above, hospitals will be expecting a brand new look of the touch friendly software dashboard that allows all mothers and infants in the ward to be visibly displayed in one screen. This new digital whiteboard allows nurses to have a full real-time visibility of all their patients in one glance and access to the complete information of a patient with a simple tap on the patient tile.