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Telemetry and TeleCare


DURUS™ & DURUS™ Pro

Telemetry and TeleCare

"putting the focus on daily healthcare "

Telemetry subsystem is an innovative system developed with HomeCare, Well Being and real-time 24|7 health monitoring in mind. The subsystem allows periodical and continuous monitoring of health condition, and insights into the ATLAS™ EHRs, thus improving the efficiency of remote healthcare through more effective time and data management. Biosignal data, may be received by a number of compatible devices (per healthcare case) and be be transfered via DURUS™ and DURUS™ Pro. This facilitates quicker response to ongoing risks for a user's health, contributing to the improvement of the quality of healthcare services.

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The term telemetry comes from the words tele meaning “remote” and metron meaning “measure.” In Doctorshello, telemetry refers to the process of monitoring a user’s vital signs where that information is collected via Durus™ and displayed in ATLAS™ for review.

Telemetry for Activities

Telemetry subsystem allows periodical and continuous ECG, Blood Glusose, HR, HRV RR, SpO2 monitoring even the user remains active without the restriction of being attached to a bedside cardiac monitor.

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Telemetry for HomeCare

  • Ischaemic heart disease
  • Arterial hypertension
  • Cardiomyopathies
  • Circulatory failure
  • CHD
  • Arrhythmias (tachycardia, bradycardia, simple and complex disturbances of supraventricular and ventricular rhythm, atrial fibrillation and flutter, past ventricular fibrillation and flutter, and heart blocks)
  • Cardiac rehabilitation

  • Epilepsy
  • Cerebral stroke
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Neurological rehabilitation

  • Advanced arthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Other mobility disorders

  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Dyspnoea

  • Chest pain
  • Palpitation
  • Dyspnoea
  • Syncope
  • Collapses
  • Other ailments

  • Cardiac surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • General surgery
  • Orthopedic trauma surgery
  • Vascular surgery

Telemetry for Special Forces

Our Telemetry subsystem can also support dynamic healthcare services (continuous ECG monitoring, PPG-based HRV, Myography tests etc.) for army and special forces focusing on performance or on prediction e.g. thermal-work limits, alertness and fitness for duty status, musculoskeletal fatigue limits, neuropsychological status, and mission-specific physiological status.

HomeCare Telemetry Architecture

Telemetry System is based on a hybrid (4G/WiFi) architecture using DURUS™ or DURUS™ Pro (telemetry nodes) and a number of CE marked medical-grade devices. These telemetry nodes perform PPG-based exams and/or gather biosignal data from external devices and store them as EHRs at ATLAS™ for medical review.

DURUS™ and DURUS™ Pro

the innovative telemetry nodes

DURUS™ is an innovative telemetry node for for HomeCare & Well-being. DURUS™ has been developed on a powerful 4K Ultra HDR Quad-Core device to support high end requirements. In the context of this node, individuals from their home can participate in DoctorsHello ecosystem keeping their data in place and utilizing, at the same time, services with ATLAS™ middleware. Durus™ Pro is an innovative telemetry node that has been developed on a durable tablet (MILITARY-GRADE DURABILITY — MIL-STD-810G, WATER-RESISTANT TOUCHSCREEN, ADAPTABLE S PEN — IP68, UHD CAMERA & AR and BIOMETRIC ACCESS).

Telemetry Workers and Nurses

Examining these important roles in the context of DoctorsHello

The term telemetry comes from the words tele meaning “remote” and metron meaning “measure.” In Doctorshello, telemetry refers to the process of monitoring a user’s vital signs where that information is collected via Durus™ and displayed in Telemedicine Nodes for review. Well trained health workers are an essential part in providing high-quality, accessible services.

Expert Telemetry Nurses

In some cases, Telecare sessions between a user and Doctors has its own limits as a user does not have external diagnostic devices or does not know how to perform simple healthcare tests via Durus™. Some other users might be equipped with blood pressure monitors but the quality or the way they are used by the patient is not always correct. Moreover, the population with the most important medical needs – the elderly – are not necessarily familiar with Durus™. In such cases our Telemetry Nurses (Nurses expert on Durus™ functionality) in contact with a user may act as a link to the Doctor and assist a user during a Telecare sessions.

Our Telemetry Nurses are highly equipped and can assist you anytime

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