Living Longer Active Lives
During the past twenty years new drugs and innovative surgical and diagnostic procedures have greatly increased life spans in America, Europe and many of the world’s developed countries. We are living longer, healthier and active lives. Now people of advancing age can maintain their independence and live in their own homes longer with the availability of a new generation of hospital-grade Home Health Monitor used at home for checking Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Pulse Rate, Blood Oxygen Concentration and Temperature changes indicative health deterioration needing immediate medical attention.
Seniors are concerned about symptoms like dizziness, malaise and lightheadedness that may lead to falling or about a sudden health downturn when they might not be able to get immediate help. The new Home Health Monitor (Learn More) helps assess symptoms and alerts a family member, good friend or medical providerwhen help is needed. In-home care for active seniors with normal concerns about their health is an economical alternative to relocating to an extended healthcare facility.
For people caught in an emergency situation--of having to receive emergency care from a physician who may not be familiar with their health history--the Personal Medical Record (PMR) stores a patient’s Medical Records in a database (Learn More) that is protected from unauthorized entry by Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and accessible only with the user’s unique ID and Password. The PMR is free for one year from the date of purchase to people who buy the Vital Signs Monitor; it provides, and facilitates the maintenance of, personal medical, familial, surgical, labs, medication and physical exam history in an easy-to-access, secure, database that the patient can access personally, or authorize access to, by a medical professional, family member or trusted guardian. The confidential medical information in the PMR database can be updated during a medical office visit or by the patient (or a family member). The updated PMR can be accessed in a doctor’s office; or in the event the patient moves to another community, or wishes to obtain a second opinion from another doctor, access can be provided with the patient’s consent.
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