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Transtelephonic in Medical Products

BP-Tel™ Transtelephonic BP Monitor

Description: BP-Tel enhance the llifestly of hypertensive and hopotensive patients by relieving the "White Coat Effect" normally associated with blood pressure monitoring conducted at hospitals and clinics. A user-friendly, one-step instrument, it enables physicians to conduct routine blood pressure monitoring...
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

Heart 2006™ Dual Lead Transtelephonic ECG Loop Event Recorder

Description: Heart 2006 is a long-term Transtelephonic dual lead ECG loop event recorder. This device is the solution of choice for documenting transient cardiac symptoms and their correlation to the patient's ECG./ User-friendly and reliable, it provides 2 lead loop recording information to satisfy most of t...
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

Heart 2005A Transtelephonic ECG Loop Event Recorder

Description: The Heart 2005A is the answer for long-term transtelephonic monitoring. Simple to use, the patient presses a button once symptoms begin in order to record all pre and post ECG segments. By pressing the "transmission " button, the patient sends the recorded ECG over the telephone to Aerotel's Hear...
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

Heartline™ - Transtelephonic ECG System

Description: Aerotels Heartline™ system is winning the hearts of cardiologists and cardiac patients around the world. "Remaining calm are the operative words for Heartline™. Patients conduct normal, mobile lives. At the same time they and their attending physician know that a professional response t...
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

HeartOne

Description:... The latest addition to Aerotels transtelephonic ECG product line, HeartOne™ is a unique miniaturized single-lead, 4-event recorder/transmitter designed for transmission on cellular (GSM) and a...
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

MPM - Medical Parameters Monitoring System

Description:...s for HMOs, Manage Care organizations, Health Care organizations/providers, Medical Centers, pharmaceutical companies etcAerotels state-of-the-art MPM transtelephonic product line includes: BP-Tel Trans-telephonic Blood Pressure Measuring Device Weight-Tel Trans-telephonic Weight Scale Tel...
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

Transmedex Monitoring Services

Description:... to patients and prescribing physicians. It specializes in state-of-the-art transtelephonic testing devices that provide enhanced diagnostic analysis and fast data del...ed Holter monitoring system; a long-term Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor; transtelephonic cardiac event monitoring devices, including Telemetry @ Home, an automatic ...
Company:TransMedEx, LLC

AerotelNet.com

Description:...o enter information generated by monitoring devices directly into the site. Aerotels main monitoring devices are: Blood pressure measuring instrument, transtelephonic EKG recorder/transmitters and Electronic scale....
Company:Aerotel Medical Systems Ltd.

Zymed EASITrak 12 Monitor

Description:...informed treatment decisions for your patients with palpitations, syncope and intermittent chest pain. Designed with the EASI Lead System, this transtelephonic cardiac event monitor requires just five leads to capture a derived 12-lead ECG. Comfortable for your patients to wear and simple to use, the EASITrak...
Company:Philips Medical Systems
Transtelephonic in Medical Dictionary

Holter monitor

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