medical monitoring

medical monitoring

The performance of medical tests and physical exams to evaluate an individual’s ongoing exposure to a factor that could negatively impact on that person’s health.
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medical monitoring

The legal or ethical mandate that a manufacturer of a potentially hazardous product pay for diagnostic tests to determine whether individuals exposed to the product may be developing early signs of injury or disease before they demonstrate any clinical evidence of disease.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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These two segments accounted for 82 per cent of all connected home medical monitoring systems in 2017.
The fourth factor favors the place where each class member lived and played during most of his career or where he now lives in retirement, she said, precluding a finding that common legal issues predominate.<br />In particular, Nelson said, there are "widespread differences in applicable state laws" governing medical monitoring, one of the types of relief sought.
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The 0MAP5432 EVM is said to enable quick, easy evaluation and benchmarking for applications demanding high-performance processing and graphics at low power, including human-machine interface (HMI), portable data terminals (PDT), digital signage, and medical monitoring end equipment.
17 September 2012 - Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group Inc, a US-based provider of business intelligent software tools for the healthcare market, said on Monday it had taken over privately-owned firm USA Medical Monitoring Service LLC for an undisclosed price.
Scientists foresee a time when medical monitoring devices are integrated seamlessly into the human body, able to track a patient's vital signs and transmit them to his doctors.
Contributors from the medical side and from the electronics side survey recent developments in healthcare sensor networks, which are networks of tiny medical monitoring devices deployed on the body and in the surrounding infrastructure.

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