To determine the overall effectiveness of Smartwatch apps in detecting falls, the team here at My Medic Watch
The My Medic Watch Web Portal can be accessed by the user (patient) and they can give access to their nominated caregiver(s) and medical professionals.
The portal shows recorded medical episodes in our Secure Web Cloud system for users to see how many medical episodes were experienced in a selected period of time.
Each recorded medical episode shows the heart rate recorded during the medical episode, the GPS location of the user during the medical episode, and indicates whether the alert was sent manually or automatically triggered by our patented algorithm.
Organisations can customise their portal. For example, an organisation can have a caregiver with a view on multiple patients (useful in settings such as aged care facilities, or healthcare service organisations, etc).
My Medic Watch is planning to add more complete monitoring data on a dashboard that will show more user activities , including walking, sitting, sleeping, continuous heart rate recording, smartwatch battery level and monitoring time used by the algorithm.
As soon as additional smartwatch sensor functions are available, we will capture data and add graphs for temperature, perspiration, blood pressure, blood glucose levels, etc.
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