Worn on the Wrist
About Visi MobileThe Visi Mobile is a wearable device worn around the wrist which allows clinicians to be in touch with their patients and check on their vital signs at any given moment. The Visi Mobile is capable of monitoring ECG, heart rate, pulse rate, blood pressure, respiration rate and body temperature. In addition, this technological device is able to transmit data in a wireless manner, so vital signs can be analysed on a remote computer or portable tablet. By monitoring health-related indicators, Visi Mobile can be used to alert doctors and nurses if patients require urgent care.
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ComponentsOximeter, OLED Display, Touch Interface, Blood Pressure Meter, ECG Sensor & EKG Sensor
Power SourceRechargeable Battery
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