The Must Have Medical Devices Apps for iPhone and iPad

Apple released the iPhone X to celebrate the ten years anniversary birth of the first iPhone. The device has been part of our daily lives, and we cannot live without it.

Until now, you might realise that the phone can track our heart rates and walk rates throughout the day. However, you might not be familiar with the capabilities of utilising iPhone to be medical devices. In this blog, we are going to share with you the five medical devices application that you can integrate with your iOS devices.

iBGStar Glucose Meter
People with diabetes can easily record and track their glucose meter easily. This device will connect with iPhone to view and share blood and glucose readings while it can also be programmed to remind you to check the glucose levels.

iPhoneECG Electrocardiogram
You can incorporate electrocardiogram (ECG) electrodes in the back of the phone or an iPhone case. The objective of this device is to monitor patients with symptoms of arrhythmia. The AlliveECG app enables you to receive an expert analysis with a minimal fee. The device will record the ECG by placing your fingertips on the electrodes attached to your iPhone.

Withings Blood Pressure Monitor
The device will help you to monitor hypertension by measuring the systolic and diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate with an inflatable cuff. The inflatable cuff is wireless enabled and compatible with iOS devices and costs $99.95.

ECEM Pulse Oximeter
The ECEM Pulse Oximeter will help you to monitors the oxygenation of haemoglobin in the blood stream. A small light will beam through the tissue of the patients to a receiver by attaching the finger to a small clip of the device. The light received by the sensor will translate into a percentage of oxygen saturation of the blood.

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