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Nonin Medical, Inc. arbeitet bei Pulsoxymetrieangebot für 2net-Plattform für drahtlose Gesundheitslösungen mit Qualcomm Life zusammen
Date:12/6/2012

MINNEAPOLIS, 6. Dezember 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Nonin Medical, Inc., der Erfinder der Fingerpulsoxymetrie und Marktführer im Bereich nicht invasiver medizinischer Überwachungstechnologien, gab heute bekannt, dass das Pulsoxymeter Onyx® II Modell 9560 für die Messung an der Fingerspitze ab sofort mit der 2net™-Plattform für drahtlose Gesundheitslösungen kompatibel ist. Bei der von Qualcomm Life, Inc., einer Tochtergesellschaft von Qualcomm Incorporated, entwickelten 2net-Plattform handelt es sich um ein Cloud-basiertes System, das mit unterschiedlichen medizinischen Geräten und Anwendungen universell interoperabel ist, umfangreiche drahtlose Verbindungsmöglichkeiten bietet und den Nutzern medizinischer Geräte und deren Ärzten und Betreuern die Möglichkeit gibt, ganz einfach auf biometrische Daten zuzugreifen. Die Verbindung zwischen dem 2net-Hub und Nonin erfolgt über ein Continua™-kompatibles drahtloses Bluetooth®-Protokoll.

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„Als führendes Unternehmen bei der Entwicklung nicht invasiver Überwachungsgeräte freuen wir uns, zu den ersten Anbietern einer Pulsoxymetrielösung zu gehören, die nahtlos in die 2net-Plattform integriert werden kann", meint Mark VanderWerf, Vizepräsident ehealth bei Nonin Medical. „Die qualitativ hochwertigen klinischen Daten, die vom Onyx II über den 2net-Hub und die Plattform bereitgestellt werden, ermöglichen klinischem Personal die Überwachung von Patienten mit chronischen Krankheiten, z. B. einer chronisch obstruktiven Lungenerkrankung (COPD), kongestiver Herzinsuffizienz oder Asthma, von entfernten Standorten aus."

Die Bekanntmachung erfolgte auf dem vierten jährlichen mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C., der größt
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