ECG Patch Added to the Caretaker® Wireless Patient Monitoring Platform

Reports o the Caretaker® Wireless Continuous Blood Pressure & Patient Monitoring Platform

Caretaker Medical provides clinical-grade wireless patient monitoring and is the maker of the Caretaker® wearable patient monitor that utilizes a simple Finger Cuff to measure Real-time “Beat by Beat” Continuous Blood Pressure, Respiration Rate, and other hemodynamic parameters, has incorporated VivaLNK’s FDA-Cleared ECG Patch to their wireless patient monitoring platform.

The Caretaker® patient monitor provides clinicians with continuous, uninterrupted Blood Pressure and Vital Signs data across the full continuum of care in a completely wire-free form factor that maximizes patient mobility and provides a comprehensive view of hemodynamic health.  Clinicians can remotely view patient data from virtually anywhere using the Caretaker App, the CaretakerCloud Remote Monitoring Portal, or via data integration with other monitoring platforms.

“Our patented Pulse Decomposition Analysis method of non-invasive hemodynamic measurements like continuous beat-by-beat Blood Pressure provides clinicians with a view of the patient’s mechanical heart function, and VivaLNK’s reusable ECG Patch reveals the status of the patient’s electrical heart function,” said Jeff Pompeo, Caretaker Medical’s President & CEO.  “Combined, the Caretaker monitoring platform now provides a seamless view of both electrical and mechanical heart health, including waveforms, in a completely wire-free, wearable form factor that doesn’t inhibit patient mobility.”

Both the Caretaker wireless monitor and the VivaLNK ECG Patch are FDA-Cleared and CE-Mark certified and available for purchase from Caretaker Medical and its distributors.

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