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Correctional Health

Reliable, Consistent and Accurate Wellness Monitoring in Correctional Health

Designed to reduce risk in Correctional Facilities with just-in-time interventions.

Autonomous Wellness Monitoring for Correctional Health

What Could Earlier Interventions Mean for You?

Every year, thousands of inmates die while incarcerated. ~40% of these deaths are the result of cardiovascular or respiratory illness, overdose, detox or suicide.1 The challenges are urgent and pervasive — but they’re not inevitable. Discover how autonomous, radar-based vital signs monitoring can help you protect your inmates’ safety while prioritizing privacy, security and your staff’s wellbeing.

Help Detect Deterioration Sooner

Identify vital sign changes to help support earlier intervention and better outcomes.

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Maintain Privacy & Security

Help protect the privacy and security of your inmates, your staff and your network.

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Reduce Staff Burden

Provide timely alerts and extra support so your staff can focus where the need is greatest.

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Help Detect Deterioration Sooner

Earlier Detection Can Lead to Earlier Interventions

Traditional patient monitors (e.g., ECG or telemetry) can require significant user compliance, making them difficult to implement in general correctional environments. Contact-free, continuous, radar-based monitoring can accurately monitor heart rate, respiratory rate and more — no staff intervention or inmate compliance required. And since it can sense through blankets, clothing, furniture and even drywall, it can be used in traditionally hard-to-monitor spaces. With thousands of measurements per day, you can:

  • Recognize what is normal for each inmate
  • Identify deviations that could signal a health event
  • Intervene early — even when there is no one around to report the issue
Meet the XK300
Case Study: Early Detection

Read how Xandar Kardian sensors detected rapid deterioration and helped save a life at Hong Kong Correctional Facility.

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Maintain Privacy & Security

Secure, Private and Autonomous — For Inmates and Staff

No wearables. No cameras. No microphones. No inmate compliance or staff intervention required. With autonomous, radar-based monitoring, the process is automatic and private — and it takes place on a secure local network that is straightforward to deploy.

Case in Point: Secure, Tamper-Proof Implementations

An Australian facility installed Xandar Kardian sensors within tamper-proof light fixtures, and on a secure local network.
Reduce Staff Burden

Support Your Staff with Simple, Actionable Data

Serious health events are not limited to patrol times. Give your staff the support they need to identify inmates at risk, even when no one is there to inform them.

  • Reduce administrative burden with the clear data your teams need
    • Intuitive dashboards can alert guards to potential issues quickly
    • More detailed views can give medical teams timely clinical data
  • Improve satisfaction by giving them more time to focus where the need is greatest
  • Provide peace of mind with reliable data to help them protect inmates and manage organizational risk
Case in Point: Clear Visuals and Clear Direction

An Australian facility uses XK300 sensors and a simple dashboard to monitor inmates’ vital signs and spot potential issues.

Our goal is to enable timely healthcare intervention. Making the vital sign information of these inmates immediately available and constantly updated for prison staff, without any extra work on their part, is an ideal solution in busy facilities. It’s a significant step towards guaranteeing inmate safety.

Sam Yang

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Xandar Kardian Inc.


Meet the Newest Member of Your Monitoring Team

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 inmates and staff.

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Let’s Talk About You

Ready to see the impact autonomous, contact-free, continuous monitoring could have on your organization? Let’s get started.

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1Office of Justice Programs, & Carson, E. A., NCJ Mortality in State and Federal Prisons, 2001–2019 – Statistical Tables (2021). Washington, DC; Bureau of Justice Statistics.