The Wireless HOTMAN System w/ Data Processing and Storage on the Cloud
The wireless HOTMAN System offers the same hemodynamic monitoring, management and modeling capability as the PC-based HOTMAN System, however, with expanded and secured data sharing capability on the Cloud between the patient, his physician and the medical institution. In addition, the wireless nature of the System eliminates restrictions placed on the patient with the current tethered version and allows almost unlimited patient mobility.
A series of products is being developed, encompassing wide range of markets, from the consumer market, to clinics and hospitals.
System's Hardware Modules at the Data Input/Patient's side:
TEBCO-W - the wireless global blood flow device, measuring noninvasively, continuously and hands-off the Cardiac Index, Stroke Index, Heart Rate and the left ventricular parameters. It is a small, battery-powered device worn by the patient on a strap around the neck and communicating continuously to the Console the patient's blood flow and left-ventricular performance data.
Wireless blood pressure measurement device, commercially available from several companies, measuring patient's blood pressure and communicating wirelessly the patient's blood pressure data to the Console.
Console/router, receiving patient's hemodynamic data and communicating them with the Cloud
The Cloud is performing complexity of tasks ranging from hemodynamic data acquisition, calculation of the values of hemodynamic parameters and calculation of the hemodynamic management parameters, to mass hemodynamic data storage.
The Hemodynamic Data Display devices on the Data Output side
These devices are obtaining and displaying the hemodynamic data from the Cloud in a wide range of devices and data display formats. They range from a smart phone for the consumer market (displaying just patient's basic hemodynamic information and percentage deviations from normal), to a tablet-type device for use in physician's offices and clinics for hemodynamic management of major hemodynamic disorders (such as hypertension or Congestive Heart Failure [CHF]), all the way to a stand-alone Wireless HOTMAN System for hospital use.
BoMed is seeking a strategic partner to manufacture and market this product