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CAMPBELL, Calif. | PRNewswire
CAMPBELL, Calif., Nov. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivalink, a leading provider of digital healthcare solutions, announces the use of its Biometrics Data Platform to power a variety of remote healthcare applications around the world. Vivalink's platform, with regulatory clearances including FDA, CE and China's National Medical Product Administration, integrates physiologically optimized wearable sensors, remote networking technologies, and cloud data services to enable clinicians to conduct medical grade monitoring outside the hospital environment.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, medical wearable sensors in virtual healthcare and telemedicine have become a necessity for tracking and monitoring human vitals such as heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, Sp02 and blood pressure, in real-time. For these patients, it is necessary to have hospital-grade monitoring medical wearable devices, to track symptoms outside of the clinical setting.
Vivalink's technology is currently being used across the globe in 30 countries, for various applications including:
"During critical moments in a pandemic or other medical situations, hospitals can have a difficult time keeping up with patient care due to the volume of patients and limited staff. In addition, the risk of cross infection between caregivers and patients is high in those situations," said Hang Pham, Vice Chairwomen of iParamed. "Vivalink's technologies enable care to be delivered remotely or at a distance, minimizing patient and caregiver contact. In addition, they are cost effective and easy to deploy, thereby very suitable to handle these uncertain situations."
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