Your practice is fast paced, so your workflow needs to be, too. Meet your new go-to for accurate patient vitals — when and where you need them.

   

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Experience the Power of Simplicity

This all-in-one device offers clinical results you can trust — with a workflow that works for you.

  • Simple, 7” color touchscreen makes vitals capture easy
  • Built-in blood pressure averaging helps you feel confident in your hypertension screenings
  • Flexible connectivity options send vitals data directly to your EMR — quickly and securely

MEET THE SPOT 4400

A Change for the Better

In a study across local and regional multidisciplinary outpatient facilities, clinical users gave their feedback on the Spot Vital Signs 4400 Device compared to legacy devices.* The results were clear: change is good.

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9 out of 10
Manual users would recommend the new Spot Vital Signs 4400 Device.1

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“Everything is in one place; it makes exams simple.”

   

    

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*This study compared the legacy Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs 4200 Device and manual vital signs workflows to the new Spot Vital Signs 4400 Device. Results showed 88% of users preferred the Spot Vital Signs 4400 Device over their current manual workflow and/or the legacy device.

References
  1. Shruti Marwaha, Chris Long, Thomas John, Kimberly Koloms. Usability, Preference and Comparative Workflow Evaluation of a Next-Generation Vital Signs Monitor: A Prospective Observational Study. 2019-2020.
  2. Smith MD, Robert, David Quinn, Christopher Long. “Blood Pressure Averaging: Decreasing the rate of Misdiagnosing Hypertension.” 60101889, Version A. 2019.
  3. Muntner, Paul et al. “Measurement of Blood Pressure in Humans: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association.” Hypertension 73, no. 5. (May 1, 2019). Doi:10.1161/hyp.0000000000000087.