Medical diagnostic equipment and instruments must deliver highly reliable and accurate data about a person's vital signs to provide doctors and medical personnel with the best possible data so they can accurately diagnose health issues. The greatest challenge lies in handling the low-level vital signs. In addition to ensuring the lowest possible power consumption for battery-powered equipment, manufacturers of medical devices or sensors must guarantee that data gathered is stored and exchanged in a highly secured fashion to meet increasing concerns, and associated regulation, on data privacy that is even more critical for diagnostic information.
Remote Patient Monitoring
Patient Monitoring equipment provides medical staff with the means to continuously observe a patient’s vital signs, such as the heart’s electrical activity with an electrocardiogram (ECG), over an extended period of time. They come in a variety of deView application