In 2022, a 69-year-old male was admitted to a skilled nursing facility after hospital admission for MRSA sepsis and cardiac arrest. Shortly after admission, XK300 sensors detected a steadily rising and abnormal average heart rate.
Acting on this information, the facility did a full cardiac work-up, noticed an elevated white blood cell count and administered antibiotics, resulting in early treatment of the infection and ultimately bringing his heart rate down by an average of 20 bpm.
“It is definitely interesting to see how the sensors started picking up that infection!”
– Nurse Manager, Skilled Nursing Facility
Meet the XK300
The XK300 uses radar monitoring to track heart rate, respiratory rate, motion and presence. In fact, it is the first commercially available medical device cleared by the FDA to do so. Our radar can sense through blankets, clothing, furniture and even drywall to detect micro vibrations from the body — safely. Discover how it can make a difference for your residents and staff.Learn more