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WIRELESS HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM

WIRELESS HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM

A wireless health monitoring system, also known as a patient monitoring system or wireless Health wearables, includes remotely monitoring a patient’s vital signs using devices that wirelessly communicate patient data to remote places. The use of communication equipment in healthcare reduces the challenge faced by medical professionals in simultaneously monitoring several patients. It allows them to keep an eye on patients without needing to be physically present at their bedside, whether in a hospital or at home. The devices use a wide range of sensors to monitor the patient’s vitals, including heart rate, body temperature, ECG, respiration, non-invasive blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and so on. The use of wireless health monitoring eliminates geographic barriers to obtaining specialist care.  Wireless health monitors not only send crucial physiological signs to medical workers but also make measuring easier, increasing patient monitoring efficiency. 

REMOTE MONITORING WEARABLES

It also reduces measurement time and aids in receiving care at the optimal time during an emergency, potentially leading to better treatment outcomes. During treatment, it is critical to keep track of the patient’s health. As a result, even in rural locations, the wireless health monitoring system plays a critical role in providing high-quality care to patients.

The VinCense wireless health monitoring system provides healthcare providers with real-time actionable data in a user-centered interface, allowing them to closely monitor high dependency patients like postoperative, stepdown, and rehab patients. As a result, it aids in the transformation of healthcare delivery and management at a low cost.

Use cases: Subacute care, management of rehab patients