The wireless connectivity of the AN24, allows important information on baby's wellbeing to be sent for expert review. This can be from the woman’s home back to the hospital or directly to her clinicians, wherever they may be. Alternatively, hospitals can use Monica to monitor women remotely within the hospital, for example: Induction of women in a comfortable non clinical area of the hospital, where they are free to remain mobile whilst still being monitored remotely with Monica. This is proving to be increasingly popular with hospitals that have a high demand for L&D beds or are being asked to find ways to reduced costs and bed numbers.
The remote connectivity can also be used for expert FHR/UA trace review; smaller clinics can connect in real-time to specialist obstetrics centres for expert review of traces and guidance. Remote trace review allows the highest level of fetal surveillance to be delivered independent of location.
FHR and UA data from Monica AN24, along with other clinical data can be transmitted via Bluetooth to an App running on a Smart Phone or Tablet, where Cloud based services are accessible. Once data is securely stored in the Cloud, hospitals and clinicians have encrypted access to review the traces and any other data that the app collects allowing the clinician to manage the home patient and if required make critical decisions on the baby’s care in real-time .
Wipro Assure Health Platform
Wipro have developed the Assure Health Platform , a CE approved telemedicine solution for use with the Monica AN24 fetal monitor. Launched in India in 2014 , there are already many hospitals using the service to manage the care of women better. Assure Health Platform has CE approval and is available for use within Europe
WIPRO contact details:
WIPRO Ltd, Doddakannelli, Sariapur Rd, Bangalore - 560 035, India
TEL : +91 (80) 2844 0011,
FAX : +91 (80) 2844 0256 .
OpenTele collects clinical health data from pregnant women at home or remote location. Clinicians review data through a web-portal or directly via their Milou central station, and take actions upon data, that are beyond the individual’s allowable parameters. Opentele not only provides fetal monitoring information, but is in fact a fully featured remote patient monitoring and diagnostics platform that walks the patient through a series of instructions, tests (blood pressure, glucose levels, weight) and diagnostic questions specific to their management, as if they were in the clinic with the doctor present. OpenTele was developed as part of a government funded national project in Denmark and the system is now part of Danish National standards in Healthcare IT. The platform's great success stories have been received from Aarhus University Hospital primary hospital within the project, and is now available commercially world wide as a low cost cloud based service.
Address: Ørestads Boulevard 61F, 5., 2300 Kbh S, Åbogade 25a, 8200 Århus N, Denmark
Tel: +45 30 70 11 55
KTG24 has been developed on the Symbian platform to benefit from its simple design and battery efficiencies allowing for extended monitoring sessions away from a power source. The first hospital using KTG24 was set up in Poland during 2014 , with this hospital deploying their 10 AN24’s on a daily basis.
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