Introducing the RESP Biosensor a leading remote stethoscope for telemedicine. Similar to a digital stethoscope, it remotely records lung sounds and transfers data wirelessly to the Strados™ Clinician Portal for review.
The Strados RESP Biosensor is a new technology that has been designed to provide remote monitoring of respiratory conditions such as COPD and Asthma, making it a valuable tool for telemedicine. One of the key features of the RESP Biosensor is its ability to function as a wearable stethoscope, allowing healthcare professionals to listen to lung sounds from a distance.
Telemedicine has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated its adoption. Telemedicine allows healthcare professionals to provide care remotely, reducing the need for in-person visits and improving access to healthcare services. The RESP Biosensor is a valuable tool for telemedicine because it allows healthcare professionals to monitor respiratory conditions remotely and make more accurate diagnoses.
The RESP Biosensor is a small, lightweight FDA-cleared device that is attached to the chest using a medical-grade adhesive. It uses an advanced microphone to capture lung sounds and also collects respiratory rate* using a sensor that measures chest excursions. The device is connected to a smartphone app via Bluetooth, allowing healthcare professionals to access real-time data on respiratory symptoms.
The Strados Respiratory Care Platform: supported by machine learning algorithms* for automated cough and wheeze detection.
RESP Biosensor is patient-friendly. Lightweight and discreet, the device allows for continuous monitoring. FDA-cleared for home use.
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To use the device as a wearable stethoscope for telemedicine, healthcare professionals can select the lung sound monitoring feature on the Strados app. The device will automatically capture lung sounds and transmit them to the app in real-time. Healthcare professionals can then listen to the lung sounds and make a diagnosis based on the patient’s symptoms.
Advantages of the RESP Biosensor as remote stethoscope for telemedicine
The ability to use the Strados RESP Biosensor as a wearable stethoscope has several advantages for telemedicine. For one, it allows healthcare professionals to monitor patients remotely, reducing the need for in-person visits. This is particularly useful post pandemic, where minimizing contact with healthcare facilities is crucial.
The device’s wearable stethoscope capabilities also allow healthcare professionals to make more accurate diagnoses during telemedicine appointments. Lung sounds can provide important information about the condition of the lungs, and being able to monitor them remotely can help healthcare professionals to identify changes in a patient’s condition more quickly.
In conclusion, the Strados RESP Biosensor is a valuable tool for telemedicine, and its wearable stethoscope capabilities make it an essential device for healthcare professionals. The device’s ability to capture lung sounds and transmit them to a smartphone app in real-time allows healthcare professionals to monitor patients remotely and make more accurate diagnoses. Overall, the Strados RESP Biosensor is an important tool in telemedicine for managing respiratory conditions.
*Machine learning algorithms not-FDA cleared
*Respiratory rate not yet FDA-cleared