Global BP Monitoring Device to Touch $2 Bn by 2020

The global blood pressure monitoring devices market is expected to reach USD 2.0 billion by 2022, a new report by

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Omron Healthcare Launches Blood Pressure Monitor and Scale

Omron Healthcare, Inc., one of the leaders in home blood pressure monitoring, has announced the launch of a new blood

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Zoll Medical to buy Advanced Circulatory Systems

According to a press release, Zoll Medical has entered into an agreement to acquire Minnesota-based Advanced Circulatory Systems (ACS) that

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Breakthrough in medical device interoperability

Cambridge Consultants announced recently the first demonstration of the emerging industry standards for medical device interoperability. The ‘Vena’ platform is a breakthrough software solution on a single chip that allows medical devices such as blood pressure monitors to transmit data wirelessly.

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Telemedicine set to SMS blood pressure report to doctor

Soon, blood pressure patients in Chandigarh (India) would be able to send their blood pressure reports to doctors’ cell phone via SMS with the help of mobile handset.

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Towards Nano Products in e-Healthcare Environment : GL Narasimha Murthy

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Hospitals are also moving away from purchasing point solutions and toward buying equipments from different vendors that are interoperable, and that have a uniform user interface.

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Telemedicine offers new era of health care services

Christian Weigand, a computer scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Erlangen, Germany has developed a portable laboratory to diagnose the condition as well as monitor during therapy.

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Telemedicine makes life easier for sick people

Telemedicine is still in primary stage in Germany. Electronic monitoring of people’s pulse, blood sugar, blood pressure and weight could soon make life easier for many sick people and may even save lives.

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Intel plans wireless BP monitors

Bluethooth technology firms, such as Intel and Phillips, are planning to release health-related applications called blood pressure monitors.

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