Early Warning Scoring tools for rapid response

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Clinical instability is present and measurable prior to patient decline. In fact, warning signs of physiological decline typically appear six to eight hours prior to an event. Be ready to act and explore the benefits of early warning scoring and see how quickly a patient experiencing a sudden decline receives clinical care.


Early Warning Scoring Augmented Reality

Follow the early warning scoring timeline of a patient experiencing a sudden decline.


Here’s how:


  • Augmented Reality requires a printed marker to work. You can print one here.
  • Turn on your computer’s sound and webcam, and turn off any pop-up blockers.
  • Hold the printed marker so it faces your webcam.
  • Rotate the card counterclockwise and follow the prompts on screen to see and hear the importance of early warning scoring.

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