Wireless Ambulatory Telemetry Monitors Market Analysis | Global | 2016-2022 | MedCore
Wireless ambulatory telemetry monitors, also referred to as telemetry transmitters, are patient worn devices that monitor several vital sign parameters. Typically, customers may choose their monitor configurations. The most frequently included parameters are electrocardiogram (ECG), oxygen saturation (SpO2) and non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP). Data is transmitted to a central station where nurses can observe patient vital signs. Ambulatory monitoring allows patients who are healthy enough to be more mobile while still being monitored. This helps improve recovery times after surgery. Central stations receive information from the telemetry transmitters. They may be configured to display any of the parameters being monitored. Central stations are typically located at a units nursing station. This allows staff to monitor multiple patients from one centralized location. Central stations typically monitor between 8 to 12 patients, who may be monitored using telemetry or bedside monitors. Telemetry system infrastructure includes the antennae systems which capture the signal from the transmitter devices and relay them to the central station. Infrastructure costs increase with the area of signal coverage. Telemetry system IT infrastructure, wiring and installation costs are not included in the scope of this report.
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