Comprehensive Introduction to Transtek RPM Services


RPM is a subset of telehealth that facilitates healthcare monitoring as well as the timely transfer of patient-generated data from the patient to the care team and feedback to the patient. It can surely ease the burden on both providers and patients. Patients are monitored remotely by using various technological devices. Also known as self-monitoring and testing, patients keep track of their health data like blood pressure, glucose level and heartbeat rate and share with their doctors who monitor their condition.  


Transtek is a well-known company for the manufacturing of advanced and smart Electronic healthcare technologies and scales. It focuses on the integration of technological innovation and healthcare. Transtek’s engineering team meticulously work on design, quality and product assurance and manufacturing services of medical and health technology products.  

Remote patient monitoring is transforming the healthcare industry nowadays and helping millions of people. RPM technology is surging and connected technology is playing a vital role, as an experienced healthcare device and solution provider, Transtek is making our solutions smarter. From connected healthcare devices, connectivity technology, APP, platform and cloud server, Transtek has the total solution.  



Transtek manufactures a variety of RPM devices which include: 

• Blood Pressure  Monitor 

• Body Analyzer Scale 

• More to be launched… 



The Transtek home blood pressure monitor with our proprietary Advanced Accuracy algorithm which has been tested clinically by thousands of users helps ensure consistent, precise readings. It’s a medical approved to meet both US and European standards.

Best home blood pressure monitor is designed for quick, simple and easy use. Accurate Professional Blood Pressure Monitor has its device integrated with the patent pump which gives it a slim look. The features of XL display with large numbers and large user buttons make it friendly for myopic elder people. In addition, it is equipped with a silent pump to reduce the noise level. 


Standout Features

1. Built-in large, eye protection backlight LCD screen shows all measurements clearly on the screen. 

2. Huge records up to 250 readings for 2 users, making it easy to track your blood pressure over time. 

3. 3rd technology: Measuring during inflation (The updated technology in the world). 

4. WHO classification indicator.


Transtek's RPM weight management device is an electronic body scale with a maximum measuring capacity of 250 Kg. The seamless eMTC synchronization of body scale enables physicians to maintain track of every patient’s data over time. A promising feature of body scale is that 4G network technology is embedded in it which enables the connection of scale to RPM platforms.

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Standout Features

1. The use of 4G network technology embedded in the Cellular body weight scale BS-2001-G allows connected to be remote patient monitor (RPM) platform.

2. Remote patient monitoring (RPM)  is a technology to extend health monitoring of patients from conventional clinical to the patients' home or remote area.

3. It's important to feature that the platform size has increased 30% more than usual bathroom scale as the 360mm x 360mm.  


RPM enhances self-monitoring by patients who keep a regular track of their health. Transtek is one of world-known telehealth and RPM service providers which focuses on designing, manufacturing and distribution of advanced technological medical and health devices worldwide. Transtek will continue to develop new RPM equipment to provide one-stop solutions for the health industry.

Comprehensive Introduction to Transtek RPM Services


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