Being one of the important key performance indicators, our first applications
of the iModem system was in blood pressure reading. And until today, blood pressure
is used in the majority of studies NetMedical has supported.
Omron wired blood pressure monitor
This wired BPM was the first to be connected to the iModem. Is has been
deployed since 2002 and has a very good reputation in the clinical practice.
A&D wireless blood pressure monitor
This BluetoothTM enabled wireless blood pressure monitor was specifically designed for telemedicine
applications. NetMedical has deployed these since 2008 in the clinical field
and with very good results.
As diabetic patients often have issues with eye sight, NetMedical has experience that
the (most frequently used) infrared wireless glucose monitors do not work well in
a telemedicine system. And as BluetoothTM wireless glucose monitors are scarce, we
currently offer only wired glucometers are part of the iModem system.
Both meters are coding-free, high grade devices, and used by many patients already.
This wired glucometer is one of the well-known glucometers. The iModem works
well with this meter and the resulting datasets are of high quality.
Coming from the United Kingdom, this glucometer has been selected because
of the high quality standard of the strips and meter, whilst offered at lower cost.
The market offers weighing scales, but few support long range wireless connection,
which NetMedical has experienced to be a vital requirement for weight measurements
for in-home applications.
A&D BluetoothTM Scales
This BluetoothTM enabled wireless weighing scales was specifically designed for telemedicine
applications. NetMedical has deployed just a few of these per today (start of 2010)
in the clinical field but the results are very promising. Specifically as the quality
is identical to the A&D blood pressure monitor, with which we have quite some
experience, we feel confident offering this device in clinical environment.