Jack Son

SISGAIN provides Convenience to Florida Citizens through Remote Patient Monitoring Devices


People in the world are getting examined no matter where they are living in the world. This is the benefit to the healthcare sector provided by the advancement in technology. The healthcare providers have developed Remote monitoring Devices in healthcare that enable both the patients and the doctors to communicate in real-time. Remote patient monitoring software development in Florida has been flourishing as citizens are satisfied with the service

What are Remote Monitoring Devices?

Remote Patient Monitoring Devices allow the patient to exchange information on health updates from home or on a vacation. Remote patient monitoring devices have ended the tradition of patient monitoring through large equipment by using RPM software installed devices. These help the patients to be at comfort instead of a long waiting outside the clinics. It enables the doctors to provide reminders and alerts to the patients in case they forget to take medicine or if in case there are some changes in vital signs, blood pressure, sugar level, etc.

Why is remote patient monitoring important?

Since the covid times, communication between patients and doctors has been in trouble. Through remote patient monitoring services trust is built between patients and doctors. Remote patient monitoring software devices in healthcare help in better understanding the medical condition of the patient. They help in providing a deeper knowledge of the disease and its treatment, enabling patients to understand their medical condition and have proper knowledge about it.

The rate of admissions and readmissions becomes low with the use of remote patient monitoring software devices. With RPM services and devices, people save a lot of time and money as there are no transportation costs and patient gets more time to heal.

People with chronic diseases have critical conditions and they need 24*7 monitoring. But in hospitals, it is not possible for doctors to keep a check on every patient and sometimes it leads to a shortage of staff. But with remote patient monitoring devices, people will be able to keep an eye on their own health and connect to the doctor immediately in case they need any help. With RPM, disease management and homecare become more efficient and effective.

Types of remote patient monitoring devices at SISGAIN

1. Continuous glucose monitor

This monitors the continuous blood sugar and glucose level in the body.

2. Monitor medication effects

These monitors are used to track how diet, medicines, and exercise affect blood sugar levels. It also tracks progress toward treatment goals.

3. Anticoagulation testing devices

These devices use one drop of blood and the result is displayed in one minute. The information is then sent to the physicians by the patients and then, they wait for the instructions on how to proceed with the treatment.

4. Electrocardiography (ECG) devices

These devices help in detecting life-threatening conditions. Symptoms of arrhythmia, myocardial ischemia, and ST depression can be read by ECG devices.

5. Heart rate monitors

These devices record electric impulses of the patient’s heart and transfer them to the physicians which enables them to warn their patient to not push themselves beyond their heart’s limit.

6. Medical alert systems

RPM devices developed by SISGAIN send alarms and reminders to the patients which help them in taking good care of their health like taking medicines and meals on time.

7. Maternity care monitoring

In covid-19, it became difficult for pregnant women to go to the hospitals as it can affect the health of both the baby and the mother. Remote monitoring enables pregnant women to achieve a higher level of care in pregnancy.

8. Patient wearables

Wearables help in managing the time of both patients and doctors. These variables are provided with customized software which is developed keeping in mind the requirements of the patient.

9. Blood pressure monitor

These are inflatable cuff filled with air, which is put into your arm for calculating the patient’s heart rate and blood flow. It measures the changes in artery motion and when it deflates. These monitors take multiple readings to calculate and an average of the regular reports. 

SISGAIN RPMs help in monitoring its patients regularly and decrease the count in emergency admissions in the hospitals. They transmit the data from the patient to the doctor and enable the doctors to examine and indicate areas of concern. 

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