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In the Press

[Health and Medicine News, July 14, 2005]

The Israeli company Tadiran Spectralink has developed a miniature health station that can be worn on your wrist like a watch. The device, known as MDKeeper, is designed to improve the quality of life of chronically ill people, patients at particular risk, and the elderly. The unit utilizes special bio-sensors to measure vital bodily functions such as blood pressure, heart frequency, or the amount of oxygen in the blood. The data thus collected is stored on a chip and, if necessary, can also be sent in real-time via a Siemens radio module to a medical center, where it can be analyzed by doctors.

[Dagens Industri (Sweden), July 2, 2005]

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Tillsammans med Telia Sonera och det israeliska företaget Tadrian Life Care utvecklar man en bärbar utrustning som håller reda på bland annat puls och syrehalt i blodet.

[Wireless Healthcare News, July 2005]

A portable “mini-hospital” to make life easier for at-risk patients, chronically ill patients and people requiring nursing care: Tadiran Spectralink Ltd, an Israel-based supplier of mobile communication solutions, has developed a medical device that lets patients monitor their health and call help when there is no doctor around.

[The Mature Market, June 24, 2005]

The new unit measures e.g. patients’ pulse, cardiac rhythm and blood oxygen values without inconveniencing them. The user, e.g. at-risk patients with cardiac or circulatory diseases, patients with chronic illnesses and seniors can enjoy constant monitoring and support without having to visit their doctor.

[Siemens Press Release, June 23, 2005]

Siemens Communications
For the trade press
Munich, June 23rd, 2005
Innovations Day on Communication Networks 2005

“Mini-hospital” for seniors and people requiring medical monitoring – worn on the wrist

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