Safest Method to Dose InsulinDosing insulin has never been safer. Offering dosing recommendations for intravenous and subcutaneous insulin therapy, EndoTool brings hospitalized patients to a timely control, avoids hypoglycemia, and keeps blood glucose levels in control.
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“It’s safe. It’s simple. It’s economical. And very, very little disruption to workflow.”-Kevin W. Lobdell, MD, Director of Quality at Carolinas Healthcare System/Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute
“Before we obtained the EndoTool, there was a lot of paperwork. We had to calculate out all the glucoses so our medication list looked like a nightmare because we had calculations all over it telling how much insulin to give to the patients each time. Virtually, with the EndoTool, we have no paperwork.” -Doreen Abaqueta, RN, Cardiovascular Recovery Unit, Carolinas Medical Center
“EndoTool has not only reduced the risk of hypoglycemia, but also improved our compliance with managing hyperglycemia,” says Maresa Glass, Critical Care Pharmacotherapy Specialist at Tampa General Hospital. “Our hospital uses more insulin infusions than ever before because we feel confident in the dosing recommendations EndoTool provides. A key component of success is Monarch’s clinical support team who does an outstanding job training and supporting our facility with EndoTool continually throughout our eight years with the software.”-Maresa Glass, Critical Care Pharmacotherapy Specialist at Tampa General Hospital
“The quality control that is built into the system has given us incredibly low rates of hypoglycemia. I think unparalleled or unmatched in the world of tight glucose control and the ability to manage it within a specified range is also world class.”-Kevin W. Lobdell, MD, Director of Quality at Carolinas Healthcare System/Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute
“The EndoTool has made it easier on our sub-q orders due to the fact that they make them individualized to each patient. It looks at what the patient has been on on the IV side and changes it over to a subcutaneous dosing.”-Doreen Abaqueta, RN, Cardiovascular Recovery Unit, Carolinas Medical Center