Vital Signs Monitor

Vision

Vital patient data is being collected by countless devices every moment around the world. However, this is lost forever when it trails off the screen of the device. Moreover, in many places it’s cost makes them prohibitively expensive in intensive care settings. We are working to remove these barriers in the healthcare industry.

Impact

The impact is tremendous. Using wearable devices that are also connected to the hospital’s patient management system allows for the storage and use of the data for better monitoring and delivery of treatment. Also the device can notify if there is sudden deterioration of the patient condition, which can even be accessed remotely. And all this being at an affordable cost is within our vision. Using this technology intensive care can not only be made better, faster and smarter, but all this at a lower cost. 

Technology

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Development Stage

The wearable VSM is currently under development and will shortly move on to prototype testing and trials

The devices use standard medical sensing probes to pick up the vital signs of the patient and send them to a small unit. Information is then transferred either by Wi-Fi or Bluetooth in a fully encrypted form to a nearby bedside unit and also to the hospital cloud servers. Parameters measured include pulse, spo2, body temperature, ECG and also patient movement. These can be monitored even when the patient is not connected to the bedside unit. The wearable component can also detect if the patient has suffered a fall near or away from the bed, and notify healthcare providers. More features of predictive monitoring will be developed using AI and Machine learning technologies.  

This technology in conjunction with our upcoming hospital management system will create a powerful and capable ecosystem for doctors and patients to experience a new level of healthcare.