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IVT will Demo Mobile Health System at GSMA Mobile Asia Congress and CES 2010
Date:11/13/2009

BEIJING, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- IVT Corporation announced today that it will demonstrate its new mobile health system at GSMA Mobile Asia Congress in Hong Kong on Nov. 18-19, at Booth F08, and CES 2010 in Las Vegas. This system allows medical monitoring from home, reducing risk of diseases and assisting with emergency rescue.

(Photo: http://www.prnasia.com/sa/2009/09/10/20090910150573-org.jpg )

It includes:

1) A device kit with: an S120 mobile phone, wireless blood pressure meter, ECG monitor, oximeter and PSTN access point. Using these, patients measure blood pressure, cardiogram and blood oxygen levels. Vital signs are displayed on the S120 and are automatically added to the patient's health records on a remote server. The test results can be forwarded to a third party via short messages, allowing for easy monitoring by loved ones. The kit is very small and convenient.

2) An online platform has been created (http://www.mhealthservices.com ) where patients' health data is recorded in a database, provides a series of healthcare information, and can be accessed 24/7 by hospitals, emergency centres, or patients and their relatives. A special entry is given to the national emergency centre, so when the centre receives a call, the incoming caller ID provides access to the caller's e-health records, allowing them to provide better services. A similar entry exists for hospitals for a better understanding of a patient's history.

3) A call centre in China (400-8186-120) provides 24-hour health consultations and assists processing emergency rescue requirements sent by clients.

4) The S120 is the first healthcare mobile phone featuring Fixed-Mobile Convergence. It is bound with a fixed-lined telephone via the wireless PSTN access point and can b
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