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Cloud-Based System Monitors Vital Signs

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 26 Aug 2019
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Image: The DynoCapture dashboard reports health metrics online (Photo courtesy of DynoSense).
Image: The DynoCapture dashboard reports health metrics online (Photo courtesy of DynoSense).
An innovative wireless device communicates with smartphones or third-party customized applications, sending raw vital signs data to the cloud for computation.

The DynoSense (San Jose, CA, USA) Vital Signs Measuring System collects a variety of input data representing a range of health metrics, including electrocardiogram (ECG) readings, respiration rate (RR), body temperature, arterial hemoglobin oxygen saturation (SpO2), perfusion index (PI), an optical photoplethysmogram (PPG) for pulse rate (PR), heart rate (HR), and heart rate variability (HRV), and others. In contrast to traditional systems, the raw data is analyzed and the results computed not in the device itself, but rather in the cloud.

An intelligent analytic engine that interprets the metrics offers clinically based insights that make it easier to maintain optimal health. A Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) platform allows healthcare specialists to aggregate and interpret the health data and information in order to create actionable, personalized individualized health care plans. In addition, using medical decision support algorithms (MDSA), healthcare companies can supply more comprehensive clinical and financial outcomes, creating a unique experience for people with high-risk health factors or chronic conditions.

In addition, DynoSense offers DynoCapture, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that includes an innovative health scoring system, called DynaScore, which predicts clinical exacerbation days in advance of a critical event. Care providers have access to the DynoCapture dashboard, where they can monitor periodic measured status from the device, surveys, user habits and even receive alerts of unusual or troubling changes in a member's routine. Members also have the option to communicate via text and video to receive support from healthcare experts.

“We are on the path to take advantage of the shift to advanced AI based monitoring systems and digital therapeutics methods to improve health and wellness,” said Saeed Azimi, founder and CEO of DynoSense. “As a person with my own chronic health condition, I have come to understand the power of receiving informed preventive and self-empowering alerts that are coupled with my clinical care specialists.”

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