Electronic Observations
MedeTrax  e-Obs system is a simple to use mobile solution which ensures hospital patient observations are carried out on time and recorded correctly.
Nursing staff can record patient observations when required in an easy, intuitive and efficient manner without the need for writing patient notes.

MedeTrax has a unique observations selector tool built in to allow nurses to record a range of patient specific observations including:

Blood pressure Blood Glucose
GCS Pulse
Pupil Size Oxygen saturation
Limb Movement Temperature
Peak Flow Respiration
Fluid Balance AVPU


Using MedeTrax clinicians can now carry out a wide range of assessments at the bedside.

Optional MedeTrax Assessments include:

Body fat in large amounts can lead to weight-related diseases and other health issues. Being underweight can also be risky too. MedeTrax provides an effective tool that helps monitor patients Weight over time and results can be viewed in charts.

Blood Glucose
Monitoring Blood Glucose can be a beneficial part of Diabetes management. Using our Blood Glucose assessment can help clinicians and patients decide necessary lifestyle and treatment choices as well as help to monitor for symptoms of hypo- or hyperglycemia. MedeTrax Blood Glucose assessment can also help the healthcare team to alter treatment which in turn can help prevent any long-term complications from developing.

A key part of e-Obs solutions is that of “alerts” in cases where a patient is deteriorating, our alerts package (configurable thresholds being set for specific patients) allows for automatically triggering should a patient’s obs fall below set values.  As with the majority of our functions who receives these alerts are once again configurable.

The regularity of observations can be set in MedeTrax and notifications are visible should the observation be due or overdue, observation regularity is automatically changed depending on the patients condition.

MedeTrax supports Adult and age-based paediatric charting. EWS charts are used for adults and PEWS/COAST for children.

Patient results and charts can be accessed from the beside using a tablet or on a desktop PC.