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					RFID for Healthcare
Goh Zenton
Director / CEO
CADI SCIENTIFIC
                  About CADI SCIENTIFIC




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   CADI Co-Founders

 • Dr Goh Zenton - CEO
    – PhD, BSc (Hons I)
    – Working experience: 17   • Dr Lim Soh Min - CMO
      yrs                         – PhD, BSc (Hons)
                                  – Working experience: 15
                                    yrs
 • Mr Ng Hon Cheong - CTO
    – MSc (EE), BEng (Hons     • Mr Neo Sian Sheng - COO
      I)
                                  – MEng, BEng (Hons)
    – Working experience: 22
                                  – Working experience: 17
      yrs
                                    yrs




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            About CADI SCIENTIFIC




            •     Founded in Jan 2003 in Singapore
            •     Focuses on the development of wireless sensing & tracking devices to enhance
                  patient care & improve operational efficiency
            •     Flagship product: Cadi SmartSense Wireless Sensing System
            •     Shareholders include: National University of Singapore Technology Holdings,
                  SEEDS Capital, Whiterock Healthcare, angel investors, and co-founders
            •     ISO 13485 Certified (Medical Device/Software Design & Manufacturing)
            •     2009 Southeast Asia Frost & Sullivan Customer Service Leadership Award
                  in the Wireless Sensor Networks Market

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         International Quality Standards
     •     ISO 13485 (Quality System)                     •   EN 61000-3-2:2000
     •     Council Directive 93/42/EEC        (Council    •   EN 61000-3-3:1995
           Directive for Medical Devices)
                                                          •   EN 12470-4:2001
     •     IEC 60601 (Safety & EMC)
     •     EN 60601-1:2001
     •     EN 60601-1-2:2001
     •     EN 60601-1-4:2001 (General requirements
           for   safety   –     Collateral   standard:
           Programmable electrical medical systems)
     •     ISO 14971 (Risk Management)
     •     EN 980 (Symbol)
     •     ANSI/AAMI/ISO        10993       (Biological
           Evaluation)
     •     ASTM E 1965-98 (Specific for Clinical
           Thermometer)
     •     EN 12470 (Specific for Clinical Thermometer
           Testing)
     •     ETSI EN 300 220 (RF Compliance)
     •     ETSI EN 301-489 (EMC Compliance)
     •     EN 55022:1998


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                  About CADI SmartSense
                       RFID System




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             Cadi SmartSense Component -
             ThermoSensor

                                                              ThermoSensor: RFID Patient
                                                              Temperature Tag




         -   Active RFID tag that monitors patient temperature and also location
         -   Attached to the patient’s body using medical adhesive dressing
         -   Unique Sensor ID: 32 bits
         -   Thermistor accuracy: 0.2 ºC (32.0 to 42.0 ºC)
         -   RF Frequency: 868.4 MHz / 919.8 MHz / 925 MHz
         -   Transmission power range: -2 dBm (0.6 mW) to 6 dBm (4.0 mW)
         -   Power source: internal 3V lithium cell
         -   Dimension: diameter 36mm by height 11.6mm, weight: 10g
         -   RF/EMC Compliance: ETSI EN 300 220, ETSI EN 301 489
         -   US FDA and European CE MDD approved
         -   The Enterprise Challenge Innovator Award 2005, Red Dot Design Award 2008 (the
             largest and most renowned international design award with more than 11,000
             submissions from 61 countries)


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             Cadi SmartSense Component -
             SmartTag

                                                            SmartTag: RFID Patient Tag




         -   Active RFID tag that monitors patient location
         -   Worn on patient’s wrist using wristband
         -   Unique Sensor ID: 32 bits
         -   RF Frequency: 868.4 MHz / 919.8 MHz / 925 MHz
         -   Transmission power range: -2 dBm (0.6 mW) to 6 dBm (4.0 mW)
         -   Power source: internal 3V lithium cell
         -   Dimension: diameter 36mm by height 11.6mm, weight: 10g
         -   RF/EMC Compliance: ETSI EN 300 220, ETSI EN 301 489




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            Cadi SmartSense Component -
            SmartNode

                                                          SmartNode: RFID Receiver




        -   LAN-enabled RFID receiver
        -   RF Frequency: 868.4 MHz / 919.8 MHz / 925 MHz
        -   Transmission power: maximum of 10 dBm (10 mW)
        -   Power source: 5-6VDC
        -   Current consumption 180 mA (typical)
        -   Input impedance: 50 ohm
        -   Dimension:140 x 140 x 35 mm, weight: 190 g
        -   RF/EMC Compliance: ETSI EN 300 220, ETSI EN 301 489

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            Cadi SmartSense Component –
            SmartSense Enterprise




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                    CADI Experience in
                   RFID for Healthcare:
                  Tan Tock Seng Hospital
                       Case Study



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            Case Study: TTSH Hospital-Wide
            Deployment

        - 1,200+ Beds, 34 wards, 4 blocks Hospital-Wide Deployment in TTSH

        - 2,000 ThermoSensors, 500+ receivers

        - 3,000+ users including clinicians, nurses, operation and housekeeping staffs across
          wards, emergency department, ICU, bed management unit, etc.

        - 180,000+ patient users and counting

        - Integrated with TTSH Hospital Information System

        - 24x7 technical support from CADI

        - National Healthcare Group Scientific Congress Award 2006, Asian Hospital
          Management Award 2006




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                  Singapore General Hospital
                         Case Study




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            Case Study: SGH Hospital-Wide
            Deployment

        - 1,600+ Beds, 50+ wards, 7 blocks Hospital-Wide Deployment in SGH

        - 3,000 SmartTags, 400+ receivers

        - 4,000+ users including clinicians, nurses, operation and housekeeping staffs across
          wards, emergency department, ICU, bed management unit, etc.

        - 100,000+ patient users and counting

        - Integrated with SGH Hospital Information System

        - 24x7 technical support from CADI

        - Microsoft Health Users Group Innovation Award 2010, Computerworld Honors
          Laureate 2010




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                  Benefits of Using RFID




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      Benefits: Patients
     • Enhance patient care
                  Better uninterrupted rest

             “It is convenient for us, it is better for us, we can rest more.”

             “Sleep is very important for patients, especially after surgery. Some patients
             don’t want to be woken up because it would be very difficult for them to
             fall back to sleep again.”


     • Enhance patient safety
                  Peace of mind for family members
                  Effective quarantine during pandemic outbreak

           “I feel safer with this round button, the nurses know
           where I am. I won’t get lost.”



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      Benefits: Nurses
            • Reduce workload
                      Reduce vital signs taking time
                      Reduce searching time of patient
                      Reduce unnecessary phone calls between
                      departments
                      Reduce administrative work
                      Improve operational workflow

                  “We are now able to have an overview of the real-time
                  temperatures of all my patients in one glance. With this
                  information, we are able to focus on those 20% of the
                  patients who needed extra care, while constantly monitoring
                  the rest of the 80%.”

                  “Now, my nurses do not have to make phone calls, to check
                  where their patients are, or if a patient is on the way to the
                  ward, they can find the real-time location of the patient from
                  the dashboard.”
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      Benefits: Doctors
     •            Increase clinical productivity and accuracy
                    Access patient’s data anytime, anywhere
                    Easy retrieval of patient records
                    Locate patients effectively

                    “The beautiful thing about having this invention is now especially with the
                    presence of infections like SARS and Bird Flu, we can monitor patients in
                    isolation. Nurses, doctors don’t have to expose themselves to infections
                    because they can monitor the patients outside the room and can be
                    measured as accurately as monitoring the patient directly.”




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      Benefits: Hospital
                  Reduce transcribing errors
                  Improve operational efficiency
                  Improve visibility in the resources availability
                  Improve accessibility to information
                  Increase bed turnover
                  Enhance market perception

              Cost savings: SGH “Tag and Track: Wireless Makes a Difference”, Hospital
                Management Asia 2006 Conference

              “My staff, now, do not need to call the wards to check if the discharged patient has
                left the ward or whether the beds have been cleaned, it is all on the
                dashboard.”

              “With this system, phone calls between BMU and
              ward/housekeeping, bed search time, number of
              transfers and overflows have reduced significantly.”



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                  Concluding Remarks




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            Concluding Remarks:
            Success Factors

        1. Good products and services

        2. Integrated with hospital system and workflow

        3. Good and receptive customers




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                  Thank You!

                            Dr Goh Zenton
                            Director / CEO

                      CADI SCIENTIFIC PTE LTD
                  31 Ubi Road 1 #03-00 Aztech Building
                           Singapore 408694
                           Tel: 65 6276 2676
                           Fax: 65 6276 6216
                         URL: www.cadi.com.sg

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