Patient Health Monitoring provides software services that collect and analyze healthcare data to illuminate complex, large-scale health issues. The purpose of monitoring is to see whether a particular intended result or set of results has actually happened after a clinical process
or substance has been applied and to provide ongoing oversight to the quality of care given to meet a person's needs.
It increases the patient's risk of needing to stay longer in hospital, not recovering fully or dying. Monitoring patients (checking them and their health) regularly while they are in hospital and taking action if they show signs of becoming worse can help avoid serious problems.
Patient Monitoring System and Wireless Health Monitoring System. Wireless health monitoring system or patient monitoring system involves monitoring of patients vitals remotely by means of devices that transfers patient data to remote locations wirelessly.
Remote or wearable patient monitoring devices include non-invasive remote monitoring devices that measure or detect common physiological parameters and non-invasive monitoring devices that wirelessly transmit patient information to their health care provider or other monitoring entity.
Though there are many types of patient monitoring systems (e.g., wireless, portable, real-time, continuous, etc.) they are typically sorted into two broad categories: bedside patient monitoring
systems and remote patient monitoring systems.
Detect potentially life-threatening health conditions or diseases early. Increase chances for treatment and cure. Limit risk of complications by closely monitoring
existing conditions. Increase lifespan and improve health.
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