Due to the recent outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam and in Ho Chi Minh city in particular, a surge in cases is continuously pressuring the health care system: many hospitals and quarantine facilities have been reported to be at over-capacity. To join hands with the health–care system in combating the pandemic, iParamed cooperated with EoH and Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU) to develop a cutting-edge Tele-ICU Monitoring solution, which is recently in deployment at the HCMC Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
Tele-ICU Monitoring is a solution applying Internet of Things (IoT) Platform developed by EoH, allowing medical staff to remotely observe the patient’s condition. Small (wearable) medical devices are attached to patients, and these devices transmit data via Bluetooth connection to tablets, which then push data to a monitoring center. The range of wearable medical devices includes a wrist oximeter to monitor blood oxygen level in the body (Checkme O2) and a Continuous ECG Recorder.
Offers users/patients and doctors ability to manage and monitoring 24/7 vital indexes like SpO2, heart rate (ECG) and many more to come!
By applying IoT technology which allows devices the ability to communicate and transfer data wirelessly via Internet, Bluetooth, etc. Medical team now can monitor their patients remotely to reduce any harms from exposing to dangerous diseases like COVID-19.
By integrating into EoH IoT Platform, all monitoring devices like Checkme O2 and Continuous ECG Recorder can send and receive data seamlessly through EoH Cloud, which will provide the synchronization for instant and accurate alert of emergencies.