Prevention and treatment of hypertension in the elderly are key factors for caring elderly. The hypertension of the elderly is mostly benign hypertension, which is characterized by slow onset, slow progress, atypical symptoms or no obvious conscious symptoms. It is often found in physical examination or when accompanied by cerebrovascular disease. Therefore, it is very important for patients with hypertension to monitor their blood pressure at all times, which can significantly improve the awareness, treatment and control rate of patients with hypertension.
TeleRPM BPM Gen 1 is a specially designed blood pressure monitor approved by FDA as Class II medical device, which can provide services for patients who need remote patient monitoring (RPM). The wireless BP cuff TeleRPM BPM Gen 1 measures systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate, and then transmits accurate real-time data to the healthcare platform quickly through encrypted 4G wireless technology.
The remote digital blood pressure monitor provides blood pressure monitoring management system and management port for elderly care service institutions, community hospitals and family doctors. The remote smart nursing blood pressure monitor is used as an important "connection" portal to collect blood pressure data of the elderly. Through the platform, we can connect the elderly, children, institutions and services, help service institutions adapt to the general trend of combining medical care with nursing care, and build a smart service system focusing safety and health.
The prominent features of the blood pressure meter TeleRPM BPM Gen 1: systolic blood pressure reading, diastolic blood pressure reading, pulse reading, heartbeat indication, motion error indication, irregular heartbeat detection, date and time indication, low battery indication, 4G signal indication, result transmission indication, 78x92mm large clear LCD display with white numbers, compatible with various arm circumferences, and supporting 22-42cm arm circumferences.
In addition, service agencies can carry out a refined and personalized health management model for the community population under their jurisdiction based on the health big data collected through the remote digital blood pressure monitor background, and customize personalized services and products for different types of hypertension population. For example, for people with unstable blood pressure, the system of timely telephone calls and door-to-door visits should be customized to focus on the safety and health problems of such people and remind them to take medicine regularly or arrange medical staff to provide door-to-door services regularly. For the population with stable hypertension control, it is suggested to coordinate with conditioning through diet and exercise, and recommend some value-added services such as health care products, healthy recipes and fitness entertainment for hypertension.