Remote monitoring is a good way to monitor the health of the patient in the home environment.
Regular measurement of the patient's physiological functions, their transmission, imaging and evaluation will allow you to flexibly respond to changes in your patient's health condition (modify medication, determine a more accurate diagnosis).
At present, we are able to capture, transmit, display and evaluate:
- blood pressure (blood pressure monitor)
- saturation of blood with oxygen and pulse (oximeter)
- breath function (spirometer)
- blood sugar with monitoring insulin dosage (glucometer)
- cardiac action (single-channel and three-channel ECG, including motion recording with unlimited recording duration)
- temperature (infrared and continuous thermometer)
- weight (weight, including the proportion of fat, water and muscle)
- blood coagulation monitoring PT / INR
Over the course of our projects, we have been monitoring over 1,000 patients from the fields of cardiology, diabetology, pneumology, neurology, hematology and general medicine. These include both patients with chronic illnesses, patients in post-natal care or long-term home care. Pilot projects have shown both an increase in patient discipline in treatment (resulting in improving trends) and a better stabilization of the patient's condition. In addition, fewer repeated hospitalizations are required.
The National Monitoring Center, through home monitoring, also captured worsening health status of patients in several cases. At the same time, Monitoring center have revealed a health risks (especially cardiac arrhythmia) that were not possible detected at repeated ambulatory examinations, at several patients.
Why National Monitoring Center?
For all your patients, you will receive one secure access to the application. You can then check and evaluate measured data, write decurs or send patient reports (measurement changes, ordering to the ambulance, modifying medication, etc.). Upon completion of monitoring, you will receive the final report for the patient card.