Leading the Way in Subcutaneous Insulin Dosing. EndoTool SubQ is an easy to use software that provides clinical decision support for any situation where subcutaneous (SubQ) insulin is administered. With a user-friendly interface, the software is optimized for the clinical environment. The software is ideal for low acuity care settings in the hospital and is appropriate for all patient types including pediatrics (patients as young as 2 years of age weighing at least 12 kg). When using the software, caregivers are confident in treating hyperglycemia while preventing hypoglycemia.
Individualized Dosing. Rather than using a fixed multiplier or linear protocol, EndoTool uses proprietary technology that models, predicts, and adjusts to each patient’s unique physiology and individual response to insulin. EndoTool provides insulin dose recommendations based on unique patient variables including: blood glucose level, height, weight, type of Diabetes Mellitus (DM), age, sex, creatinine levels, steroids, A1C1 value, carbohydrate intake, and ordered insulin.
Custom Modes of Therapy. Designed to treat all patient types with hyperglycemia, EndoTool SubQ provides several custom modes of therapy including: type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, non-diabetes with stress induced hyperglycemia, steroids, and custom events driven by internal organization protocol.
Meal Time Dosing. Subcutaneous dose recommendations are specific to each patients dietary intake and to each meal event. For patients receiving tube feeding, total parenteral nutrition, and/or IV dextrose, the software calculates and tracks carbohydrate intake. Alternatively, the medical director may determine the method used to count carbohydrates for patients who are eating meals. EndoTool SubQ can also calculate the Total Daily Dose (TDD) for each patient. Dosing schedules are specific to a patient’s dietary intake and will recommend dosing that is appropriate to both the blood glucose response and carbohydrate intake.
Smooth Transition. Derived from hospital protocol, EndoTool provides a safe and easy transition from EndoTool IV or other IV therapy methods, and stays with the patient throughout their hospital stay.
Seamless Integration. EndoTool’s scalable platform supports seamless integration into an existing organization’s IT infrastructure. Compatible with all the major Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems, the EndoTool EMR application simplifies the bedside workflow and reduces duplicative data entry. The EndoTool Analytics application provides key data to users within the software or is easily exported to third party reporting systems. EndoTool also supports internal monitoring systems, EMR or third party single sign-on technology, and care coordination with existing alarm management solutions.
Flexible and Customizable. Target goal ranges and specific parameters are customized based on an organization’s standard of practice. Medical Director users have access to configure and customize these parameters based on internal polices and specific care types. Different goal ranges may set for different settings and custom modes of therapy for different patient types. Alerts and clinical advisories provide best practice support to increase nursing compliance and enhance standardized care.
Easy Implementation & Easy Maintenance. EndoTool is a HIPAA compliant platform easily deployed on a hospital’s private intranet requiring minimal maintenance. The software is not only easy to implement, it is easy to upgrade with minimal impact to clinical and IT workflow. EndoTool customers also recieve around the clock support from Monarch’s team of clinical and IT experts.
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