Automate your anaesthesia documentation with MetaVision Anaesthesia – our Anaesthesia Information Management System (AIMS).

MetaVision seamlessly captures patient data, clinical events and clinician actions. The result? Accurate, complete and actionable anaesthesia records.

Facilitate Pre-op Documentation and Assessment

MetaVision streamlines and digitises the pre-op process for both clinicians and patients, ensuring that data is captured correctly and that scheduled surgeries proceed as planned. Pre-op data can later be accessed on the day of surgery in the OR. Complete and accurate pre-op documentation helps optimise reimbursement.

Track Patient Condition

MetaVision automatically captures system and device data every minute, and creates a comprehensive case summary populated with actionable information. The system sends smart notifications when specific changes in a patient’s condition are detected, enabling timely clinical responses.

Record Medications and Events

A touch screen and dynamic tool bars help clinicians enter medication and fluids with a single touch or by scanning barcoded syringes, which are then displayed on the screen for review.

Plan Transfer to Post Anaesthesia Care Unit

Running infusions can be reviewed and documented, pre-defined sets of recovery orders can be easily recorded in one click, and treatment protocols can be registered via the system for reference in the PACU.

Track Patients During Recovery

Healthcare professionals in the PACU can access patients’ entire anaesthesia record, and review and validate medications ordered by anaesthesiologists. The system facilitates post-op pain assessment, enabling clinicians to determine at a glance whether or not pain medications are effective. Smart notifications can promote adherence to treatment protocols, suggest treatment, and detect early signs of side effects of pain medication. Patient discharge is easy with MetaVision: Forms, including clinical scores, are automatically populated with patient information, helping clinicians decide when a patient is ready to leave the unit.