• Question: Do you think your wireless health monitoring could make a big difference?

    Asked by time022jam to Sanjeev on 2 Mar 2020.
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      Sanjeev Kumar answered on 2 Mar 2020: last edited 2 Mar 2020 8:50 pm

      The answer to this question is YES.

      If a hospital has a wireless health monitoring facility, this will help the doctor/nurse to look at the patient’s health condition (such as body temperature, blood pressure, heartbeat, blood oxygen level, etc.) remotely from their office, and they would not have to go to the patient’s location in person.

      Moreover, a patient can take the measurement of their health conditions from different places and send the data to the doctor in the hospital located in the same or different city, and the patient would not have to travel to the hospital.

      In this way, wireless health monitoring can save both time and money..!

      P.S: The health monitoring devices have integrated sensors that take measurements of the health-related parameters.