RS TechMedic Released G1 Android Telemedicine Application for Remote Monitoring of Patient’s Vital Signs
Broek op Langedijk, the Netherlands â€“ RS TechMedic B.V., a Dutch based company with eight years experience in medical device development, today announced the release of their G1 Android telemedicine Application. With this application, physicians can monitor vital signs of ambulant and homeâ€care patients at anytime from anywhere around the world. This product offers a significant increase of patient comfort, fast recognition of heart and respiratory respiratory problems and a reduction of hospital and health care costs.
Dynaâ€VisionÂ© is a small light weight and portable device, with the dimensions of a PDA. The patient wears this device in a belt pouch. This reliable and sophisticated medical device monitors upâ€to 10
clinical parameters through nonâ€invasive sensors attached to the skin. The measurements include 12â€lead ECG, Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability, RRâ€times, Respiration, Plethysmogram and Oxygen
Dynaâ€VisionÂ© automatically transmits cardiac events and even continuous realâ€time ECG recordings to a secured server. Besides using a computer or laptop, physicians can now also monitor a patientâ€™s realâ€time vital signs on a G1 Android mobile phone. Physicians can use the application at anytime from anywhere around the world.
The Dyna-Vision G1 Telemedicine Application can only be used by licensed physicians after registration with RS TechMedic B.V. Making use of a mobile phone to monitor patients is relatively inexpensive and makes it much easier for physicians to offer telemedicine solutions to their patients. There is no geographical limit for the technology. The patient can use Dynaâ€VisionÂ© to send an alert to a physician, who can then instantly check the vital signs and advice accordingly, also during travelling, working and exercising.
R.A. Brest van Kempen, CEO of RS TechMedic B.V. says: “With our easyâ€toâ€use solution we now came to the point where patients can truly rely on a physicianâ€™s assistance whenever needed. With Dynaâ€ VisionÂ© and the G1 Android Telemedicine Application we took away the complex logistics of other products for heart monitoring where patientâ€™s have to visit telemedicine providers for hookâ€up and analysis. We were able to design a highly secured system with maximized data protection. We believe that our technology will assist physicians in providing the best possible care in ambulant monitoring and home-care situations.”
R. Groesbee, an engineer of the of the Android application says: “Dyna-Vision is by far the most advanced telemedicine solution in the market. With this application we can show that we master the art of mobile telemedicine, even on the most recent platforms. Our telemedicine application is truly the most complex software available on this new platform and we are proud to present it. We expect this application to have a huge impact on immediate patient care and telemedicine in totalâ€.
Dynaâ€VisionÂ© is now available in Europe and Australia and is very suitable for patients suffering from heart disease, respiratory disease and sleep apnoea. The Dynaâ€VisionÂ© G1 Android Telemedicine Application will be officially launched during the CeBIT 2009, to be held from March 3â€6 in Hannover, Germany.
RS TechMedic B.V. wants to contribute to the ongoing improvement of patient care by making this remote patient monitoring available. The company aims at the international market leadership for this type of equipment within the next 2 years. Shortly the product will be available to the USA market.
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