Health Devices & Vital Data
· All vital information including weight, BMI, Blood sugar, HBA1C, blood pressure, pulse, oxygen saturation, and temperature, can be monitored through our system.
· For example, hypertension is very common, and it increases the risk for heart disease and stroke; two leading causes of death for Americans.
· High blood pressure usually has no symptoms, so the only way to know if you have it is to get your blood pressure taken. Strong scientific evidence shows that self-measured blood pressure monitoring, also known as home blood pressure monitoring, is very important for control of hypertension.
· Collecting and monitoring your vital information is then crucual to implement a patient-specific treatment plan and control treatment outcome.