Aerotel launches wireless telehealth systems for remote patient
15 December 2009
Aerotel Medical Systems, a global supplier of advanced remote
monitoring solutions for personal telehealth and telecare, has launched
new innovative wireless telehealth and homecare solutions.
The new systems include:
- Mobile-CliniQ — an affordable personal mobile health solution.
It is a cellphone application that enables remote monitoring of
various health parameters, such as electrocardiogram (ECG), blood
pressure, blood glucose level, weight, etc. External vital signs
monitoring devices can be connected via a Bluetooth interface. Data
is transmitted via a GPRS mobile phone system to a medical
monitoring centre. Physicians can view patient data and provide
interpretation and advice from practically anywhere, saving time and
travel expenses and reducing healthcare delivery costs.
- Connect-Cell — cellular-based homecare data hub. A flexible
global wireless connectivity hub, it enables users to easily
transmit vital signs data via the cellular network (GPRS) to a
central monitoring centre. It incorporates a flexible device,
incorporating both wired serial interface and wireless Bluetooth
connectivity. It expands Aerotel’s home hub offering, which includes
Tele-Modem for landline telephone lines, Connect-LAN for IP networks
and Home-CliniQ PC-based homecare hub.
The Connect Cell data hub
“Aerotel continues to invent and to introduce new and improved
homecare and personal health solutions for the benefit of both patients
and healthcare providers,” said David Rubin, Aerotel Medical Systems
President & CEO. “By utilizing wireless communications for the
collection and transmission of health parameters, Aerotel’s new
solutions provide enhanced level of care and cost reduction.”