Carestation™ Insights Case Studies
In 2016, GE teamed up with Dr. Ross Kennedy, Anesthesiologist at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand, and Associate Professor at University of Otago, New Zealand, and Dr. Richard French, Anesthesiologist and Clinical Director at Christchurch Hospital, to use the Carestation Insights platform and its Agent Cost Dashboard to discover previously unidentified opportunities during the induction period to further reduce an already low mean fresh gas flow rate at their facility. Already low mean fresh gas flow rates during agent delivery were decreased by an additional 13% to an astounding 0.745 l/min after the intervention1
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1. The role of the induction period in determining overall gas and vapour consumption. Ross Kennedy, MB ChB PhD FANZCA, Richard French2 MB BS FANZCA, Christchurch Hospital & University of Otago Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND. James Hanrahan BS MBA, and Guy Vesto BSc, GE HealthCare, Madison WI, USA