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seca 360 wireless - The New Era of Measuring and Weighing
Date:9/20/2011

HAMBURG, Germany, Sept. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Weight and height, their exact measurements have made seca the world's market leader for medical measuring and weighing. Now the company is taking a giant step forward with its unique system integrating modern medical practices and hospital equipment. The new seca 360 wireless system resolves the problems of precise data capture, transmission and interpretation of weight, height and other general health parameters.  This step advances seca from a product provider to a system provider.

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The seca 360 wireless system presents not just one product, but a complete network for diagnostic assistance. seca's CEO Robert M. Vogel said, "the seca 360 wireless system is the first of its kind in the world. It eases the workload of doctors and nurses because it puts the measurements exactly where they are needed and supports the interpretation of the data." The connected seca measuring devices and scales transmit the data via a special medical, wireless protocol into the seca network. The user can decide for themselves where the data is received – on a seca 360 wireless printer or directly into an electronic medical record (EMR) system.

Once this data is captured, all it takes is the press of a key and the selection of a seca 360 wireless product to analyze and interpret the wirelessly transmitted height and weight measurements. The seca analytics 105 diagnostic support software contributes to early recognition of diseases, supports therapy decisions and provides easily understood graphics for doctors' consultations with patients.  It is also allows the nursing staff to assist the doctor in the diagnosis of the patient. The benefits are obvious. seca's 360 wireless system eliminates transcription errors, saves time in data capture, and offers a completely new type of diagnostic support.

seca, the global leader in medical weighing and measuring, provides the highest quality scales to hospitals and healthcare practitioners. Based on 170 years of quality German engineering, seca medical scales set the standard for design, technology and reliability.  seca products range from baby, column and flat scales with appropriate length measuring rods, to chair, wheelchair, bed and multifunction scales.  seca's commitment to its distributors extends through the most robust service support efforts in the business, delivering the best product and service for distributors and their customers before, during and after the sale. For more information, visit www.seca.com

More information:  Lyndsey Nunez, (800) 542-7322 ext. 55, Lyndsey.nunez@seca.com


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