Thursday, July 8, 2021

ResMed expands AirView Remote Monitoring for ventilation in India – Express Healthcare

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Digital solution for respiratory monitoring allows healthcare providers and doctors to remotely monitor patients, creating an environment to deliver care more effectively

ResMed has expanded AirView for Ventilation, its cloud-based remote monitoring and management platform for respiratory care patients, in India.

As per a company note, ResMed’s AirView platform allows healthcare professionals to monitor large numbers of patients remotely, safely, and efficiently, enabling them to quickly support those who need it, optimising their device use and health outcomes. It currently helps monitor 15 million patients worldwide, including India, and primarily represent CPAP users.

AirView connects with ResMed’s respiratory care devices such as Lumis through a built-in wireless module, and with Astral and Stellar ventilators through a ResMed Connectivity Module (RCM).

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