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Aerotel to Present Mobile Health and Telemedicine Solutions at Mobile World Congress 2011
Date:2/8/2011

sy and effective transmission of clinical information to a remote monitoring center for interpretation and immediate care.

Mobile-CliniQ™ -- a mobile phone application that enables remote monitoring of various health parameters such as electrocardiogram (ECG), blood pressure, blood glucose level, weight, etc.

GeoSkeeper™ -- a personal GPS location and tracking system which offers a new level of safety beyond existing PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) and traditional social alarm systems.

In addition, Aerotel's Connect-Cell™ wireless hub powered by the CINTERION MC55i module, showing the measurement of blood pressure by patients with remote web interface consultation, will be demonstrated by Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, in Hall 8, Stand 8A102.

About Aerotel Medical SystemsAerotel Medical Systems is a world-leading provider of cost-effective, high-quality and user-friendly medical diagnostic systems and devices for home care, eHealth and telemedicine, as well as telecare and personal safety. With a client base of over 50 countries around the globe, Aerotel was recently awarded the prestigious "Price Performance Leadership Award" by Frost & Sullivan.

For further information, please visit Aerotel Medical Systems' website at www.aerotel.com. To obtain a first-hand view of the company's exciting mHealth and telemedicine solutions, please visit our booth at the Israel National Pavilion at the MWC 2011 (Hall 2, booth 2C12).Company Contact:Ofer AtzmonVP Business Development Aerotel Medical SystemsTel: +972-3-5593222 x109Mobile: +972-52-2451771 E-mail: info@aerotel.com
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