Digitalizing Biometric Monitoring

Digitalizing Biometric Monitoring & Measurement

Bridging innovations to
todays’ practice needs

What is Biometrics?

Biometrics (biometric signs) monitoring is the observation of a disease, condition or one or several medical parameters over time.

the methods of monitoring the most essential biometric signs suffer from the following drawbacks:
  1. You must have several devices that cumulatively give you the insights you need to complete the clinical diagnosis. These devices are usually cable-based and not only fill up space, but also need appropriate cable management, electric outputs and individual approach for maintenance and calibration to keep them accurate and functional.
  2. Having several individual devices means they have different output methods: on screen reading, graph papers (rolls), or a printed report. This means that for you to keep track on records, you must look for third party software management, take copies of these reports or manually write them down in patients’ records logbook or visit card.

3. Not to mention the clutter caused by collection of printed reports, handwritten logbooks, the hardship of sorting them in a chronological order, patients might also loose their printed reports, which put the data at high risk of being lost. This is going to impact the significance of follow up visits due to the lack of properly documented and archived patients reports.

4. Digitalizing data and telemedicine integration has been growing significantly fast in all around the globe in response to the above limitations, encourage multidisciplinary approach, avoid data loss, urge for continuous monitoring of biometric signs in response to pandemics and minimize impact caused by modern life challenges.

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