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Advancing Early Infection Detection with TempShield

Discover how TempShield is improving outcomes by detecting infections early.
Hear from patients and the Director of Medical Oncology at Roswell Park Cancer Center, Ellis Medicine.

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Introducing the TempShield

  • Continuous Body Temperature monitoring

  • Bluetooth connectivity to smart devices
  • 60-day battery life

  • Low Cost & Reimbursable
  • Unparalleled Comfort & Low-profile design

  • 24/7 monitoring
  • Electronic Medical Record connectivity

Early Infection Detection Improves Patient Outcomes

  • Allows for timely initiation of appropriate treatment
  • Reduces the risk of complications, hospitalizations, or long-term health consequences associated with untreated or inadequately treated infections
  • Can result in cost savings for both patients and healthcare systems

Earlier Detection of Infection is Critical for These Patients:

  • 60% of cancer deaths are related to infection ¹
  • 16 million Americans have cancer, the second leading cause of death in the U.S. ²
  • 57.7% (9.8 million out of 17 million) of new cancer cases required chemotherapy in 2018 ³
  • The 30-day readmission rate for cancer patients is up to 27% ⁴
Post Operation
  • Fevers that persist 72 hours or more post-operation can be life threatening ¹
  • The incidence of postoperative fever is anywhere between 14% and 91% ²
  • Of 1032 surgical procedures, 23.7% of patients experiences an early postoperative fever and 9.7% underwent documented fever evaluation ³
  • In 2018, it was estimated that 3,750,000 postoperative complications occurred in the U.S ⁴

BMC Surgery

  • #1 cause of hospital readmissions and death ¹
  • 1 out of 3 hospital deaths are due to sepsis ²
  • 87% of sepsis patients develop symptoms before going to the hospital ³
  • Sepsis is the #1 cost to hospitals ($60B in annually) ⁴
  • Fevers account for 9 million pediatric emergency department visits ¹
  • 75,000 children develop sepsis each year in the U.S., with fever being the leading symptom ²
  • Only 37% of U.S. hospitals offer pediatric services, down from 42% about ten years ago ³
  • Over 42 million children are enrolled in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which is more than half of the children in the U.S. ⁴
Long-Term Care
  • There are an estimated 1.29 million residents living in nursing home ¹
  • Elderly people have a higher risk of acquiring an infection and of experiencing a more severe disease course following infection than other age groups have ²
  • From 2013 to 2017, 82% of all inspected nursing homes had an infection prevention and control (IPC) deficiency. ³
  • It is estimated that 1 to 3 million serious infections occur every year in nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities. ⁴