Multi-parameter life-monitoring equipment (prototype) | Updated: Feb 18, 2021

Multi-parameter life-monitoring equipment is used for rapidly assessing the basic physiological parameters of an individual. The person being tested must touch the hand-shape sign on the equipment to begin the assessment, including monitoring six health parameters (body temperature, pulse, ECG, respiration, blood pressure and arterial oxygen saturation) and identity recognition. The whole process – including information storing and the display of results – is completed in 10 seconds. The device will automatically record the results of this measurement into the tested person's health database.

The product saves substantial time and energy for medical staff and is widely used in the military, community healthcare facilities and nursing homes. 

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