WITH A VARIETY OF INDICATIONS, WHEN IS TELEMEDICINE USED?

Telemedicine care programs have already proven their significance for a range of pathologies. Our biggest priority and medical care program focus lies in each of our patients’ individual phone support. In order to continuously observe and evaluate the patient’s condition even more reliably, this is supported by regular telemonitoring of vital signs. Each care program contains telemedicine devices appropriate to the indication.

Telemeledicine Console

This console provides the structured questionnaires regarding your health condition with immediate evaluation and direct, specific instructions (e.g. “Minesota” survey for CHF or CAT7-survey for COPD)
Indication: : e.g. chronic respiratory diseases

TeleBreather

The telebreather measures and submits the pulmonary function parameters.
Indication: chronic respiratory diseases

TelePulse Oximeter

The oxygen meter measures the oxygen level in your blood and heart rate.

Indication: e.g. chronic respiratory diseases.

Smartheart

The Smartheart is a portable 12-lead-ECG measuring device. This measurement as well as the transmission of signs to the telemedicine center is done through Bluetooth in under one minute.

Indication: : coronary diseases, cardiac arrhythmia

Tele Glucometer

Our glucose meter determines the amount of glucose in your blood. In doing so, a small test strip containing a drop of a blood sample (e.g. coming from a fingertip) is inserted into the opening of the glucometer.

TelePress

This monitor measures blood pressure.

Indication: Chronic heart failure

TeleWeight

The TeleWeight scale is used for daily weight measuring.
Indication: Chronic heart failure.

CCM

The Central Communication Module directly transmits the client’s measured data and parameters to the telemedicine center of SHL Telemedicine.

Cardio’B

The Cardio’B is a portable 12-lead-ECG measuring device that measures ECG data in under one minute. The ECG rhythm is acoustically transmitted to the telemedicine center.

Indication: coronary diseases, cardiac arrhythmia