I know this must seem s very simplistic view but land lines worked well for years until the mobile phone arrived! Who stays with landlines nowdays? In my immediate circle of friends nobody has the old phone.
I guess the simple way of looking at this technology is this......the present situation works and works well. If someone wishes to change that, it is up to them to prove it up...We have a very new technology, so new it has yet to be tried, let alone proven. We have had a prototype P3 out for a while, slowly making some news here and there.
Equally so with hospital budgets under pressure, why change something that works? This is the dilemma faced by SPHR. Much more data needs to be gathered… Read More
Exactly WB. So why not use Proxima? I'm sure Sphere have demonstrated the advantages of the device so not using it would be downright contrary to reason.
However as Del has said, we're not dealing with rational people and the resistance to change brigade may hold a lot more sway than I imagined! Rencken alluded to this in the vid. If it takes off in Europe the UK may be forced to tag along behind?
I always thought the sales argument was on better care and outcomes for very sick patients. The direct costs were potentially similar but patients getting out of icu quicker, less patients dying and so on was where the disruption of the current standard was? I guess these are not easy things to prove quickly but once you have the argument not to use it on such patients is not tenable?
Good morning JL. Until I know which hospitals have actually trialed the product, I would not take it for granted. There are no obligations with trialing a product in a hospital. So a hospital may take it but not use it. Thats just my experience in the work place. I am sure every hospital differs with different budgets...
Regarding benchtops....the cost per use drops significantly with use. The QC tests and calibration tests are carried out automatically on a timed bases, no matter how many… Read More
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