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VESAG mHealth watch awarded CE, ROHS and SAR certifications
Date:6/20/2012

SOMERSET, N.J., June 21, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Vyzin, Inc. announced today it has passed all the necessary tests and has been awarded CE, ROHS and SAR certifications for its mobile health (mHealth) solution VESAG.

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VESAG mobile-based personal emergency response system (MPERS) is a watch providing proactive remote health monitoring and recording of patient vitals without the need to see a healthcare provider. VESAG helps those with Alzheimer's, dementia, heart problems, and diabetes and stroke patients.  It serves as a very efficient tool for remote health monitoring and chronic disease management.

Contrary to older emergency alert systems that connect to a base station and a landline, the Vesag watch does not confine the user to the parameters of their home. The primary opportunity for this technology is using one device to track users, guide and transmit their health data to medical call centers, healthcare providers and care givers.

VESAG health watch has received many awards, recently VESAG has been awarded prestigious gold medal for its innovation by Department of science and technology, Government of India and Lockheed martin Corporation innovation competition 2012. 

The patented system is sold and serviced through distributors around the globe.  The new certifications bring opportunities for additional distributors throughout Europe and other regions. The CE mark is a mandatory certification for any product sold in the European community.   VESAG earned the certification after a thorough review process and tests conducted by Bay Area Compliance Lab (BACL), one of the most respected European notified bodies specializing in testing and certification.  CE certification indicates that after an assessment is made by an outside Notified Body, VESAG, complies with the es
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