Monday, February 25, 2013

Aerotel to present new mobile-health solutions at Israel pavilion

MWC 2013, SPAIN: Aerotel Medical Systems, a leading global supplier of advanced remote monitoring solutions for telehealth and telecare, will present new  mobile health (mHealth) applications and other eHealth and telehealth solutions at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 in Barcelona, Spain, from February 25-28, at Hall 5, Stand 5H70 (Israeli National Pavilion).

The newest addition to Aerotel’s growing mHealth portfolio is a new release of Mobile-CliniQ –  an Android-based mobile health monitoring application that allows the monitoring of various parameters and communicates with vital sign monitoring devices via a Bluetooth interface. Data is automatically transmitted via the cellular or Wi-Fi network to a medical monitoring center.

This smartphone application enables remote monitoring of various health parameters such as electrocardiogram (ECG), blood pressure, blood glucose level, weight, spirometry values and more.
An easy-to-use and flexible solution, the new Mobile-CliniQ enables healthcare providers around the world to deliver enhanced mobile health services, save critical time, and provide a more personalized service. Mobile-CliniQ comes in two flavors - for individual users and for medical professionals.

“The mobile health market offers significant growth opportunities and is appealing to both healthcare service providers and mobile carriers,” said David Rubin, Aerotel Medical Systems president and CEO. “Aerotel strives to be a leader in this area and will continue to innovate and introducing new solutions. With Mobile-CliniQ, personal health services become a reality for today's mobile lifestyle.”

Additional innovations to be presented by Aerotel in Hall 5, Stand 5H70, (Israel National Pavilion), include:

Wireless homecare hub – Connect-Cell is a highly flexible wireless homecare hub for chronic patient monitoring and disease management, enabling users to easily transmit vital signs data via the cellular network (GPRS) to a central monitoring center.

Wireless ECG – Aerotel’s HeartView Personal hand-held 12-lead ECG monitor with Bluetooth connectivity. The solution enables easy and effective transmission of clinical information to a remote monitoring center for interpretation and immediate care.

GeoSkeeper – a personal GPS location and tracking system which offers a new level of safety beyond existing PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) and traditional social alarm systems.

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