Bernard Klocman and his company envision a day in the near future when all patients admitted to the hospital will receive an inexpensive, essentially disposable, wrist-worn life monitor instead of the traditional hospital bracelets.
Tag: Emergency Medical Technologies
AFrameDigital’s MobileCare Monitor has been cleared by the FDA and could quietly become a force in the advancement of mobile health and body area network technologies under one unified data collection platform-of-platforms.
Emergency Medical Technologies (EMT) recently published the first in man, prospective, single-blinded, phase I study to evaluate a novel, watch-based pulse detection device in the journal Heart Rhythm. The sensor used in the study is EMT’s Wriskwatch(tm), which has the look and feel of a normal wristwatch, but acts as both a motion sensor and a pulse sensor designed to identify a patient in cardiac arrest, and features built-in fall detection and panic button.