telemonitoring

telemonitoring

The ongoing assessment of a condition—in particular cardiac arrhythmias and/or other objectively measurable indicators of disease (e.g., heart failure)—by sensors attached to the patient, signals from which are ported wirelessly to a central station or “node” where abnormalities will trigger a response by healthcare workers
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Contract notice: maintenance, diagnosis, repair, transfer and extension of existing burglar alarms and videoprotection systems and installation of new installations - telemonitoring
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The cuts impact our ability to invest in the future of health care, including telemonitoring technology, which improves care and prevents unnecessary, expensive hospital visits.
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The growth the telemonitoring sector has seen is impressive.
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