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Remote Patient Monitoring Launched by LifeSigns

Written by : Aishwarya Sarthe

June 16, 2023

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The company's continuum care solution enables remote patient monitoring in ambulances and homes

LifeSigns iMS, a health-tech startup based in Chennai, has introduced a wireless continuum care solution that enables real-time remote patient monitoring regardless of their location. This innovative solution can be utilized in ambulances, hospitals, and homes, providing seamless care and improving patient outcomes.

LifeSigns iMS' wireless continuum care solution utilizes wearable biosensors and cloud-based analytics to monitor up to eight vital signs, including ECG, blood pressure, SpO2, and temperature. The solution's flexibility allows healthcare providers to customize it according to their specific requirements. Since its establishment in 2020, LifeSigns iMS has successfully deployed over 32,000 biosensors in more than 56 hospitals across India. Through these deployments, the company has saved 2400 lives and prevented over 6,000 clinical decline cases.

LifeSigns iMS delivers comprehensive monitoring solutions that extend beyond the traditional hospital setting. The company recognizes the advantages of providing care for chronic and acute medical conditions both inside and outside the hospital environment and is dedicated to enhancing the care continuum.

With its wireless patient monitoring technology, LifeSigns iMS enables doctors and hospitals to access real-time and accurate data on patients' vital statistics, reducing health risk

By introducing outpatient and remote home services, the company envisions significant potential for expanding its partnerships with hospitals and healthcare professionals.

Hari Subramaniam, the Founder and Director of LS Devices, emphasized the importance of innovative solutions that improve patient outcomes in the rapidly evolving healthcare landscape. He stated that the continuum care solution enables hospitals to receive real-time remote monitoring from ambulances and patients' homes, utilizing wireless patient monitoring systems that make healthcare more accessible and accurate. Subramaniam further expressed the company's commitment to expanding operations, serving more patients, and saving more lives, underscoring the significance of every patient's well-being.

Gaurav Sharma, Chief Strategy Officer of LifeSigns iMS, highlighted the problem of inadequate patient monitoring during transitions between different care settings. This often leads to adverse events and prolonged hospital stays. He stated that LifeSigns' solution effectively addresses this issue by enabling healthcare providers to wirelessly and in real-time monitor patients' vital signs regardless of their location. Sharma emphasized that the company offers comprehensive monitoring solutions in patients' homes and ambulances through intelligent monitoring systems (iMS). The wireless solution developed by LifeSigns iMS monitors vital signs such as 2-channel ECG, blood pressure, SpO2, body posture, respiratory rate, heart rate, pulse rate, and temperature.

With its wireless continuum care solution, LifeSigns iMS is revolutionizing patient monitoring by bridging the gaps between different care settings and providing healthcare professionals with crucial real-time data. By prioritizing accessibility, accuracy, and patient well-being, the company aims to save more lives and improve healthcare outcomes.

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