The system takes three minutes a day to complete and costs as little as $6 per patient per day. A user friendly voice announces to the patient at a set time each day that it's time take vital signs, and guides the patient through the procedure.
The patient initiates only key touches to collect vital signs using the a monitor, a digital thermometer, and a digital scale. Once vital signs are collected, data are transmitted to the Observer, a central station computer located at a hospital or a company facility that reports daily to the hospital. The Observer receives the vital signs and displays them in a quick, easy to read format. The Observer then stores the data and monitors trends on the patient's condition for up to six months. Results can be easily correlated with current medications.
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