Blood pressure monitorA blood pressure (BP) monitor is the most convenient gadget to have at home, especially if there are people at home with a chronic problem like hypertension. Keep a record of the BP measurements and share it with your family doctor. It helps him to prescribe the right medication. There are wide range of BP machines available and range from Rs 500 up to Rs 3,000.GlucometerWith India being the diabetes capital of the world. Glucometer is the must have device at home if there are people suffering from diabetes. They are reliable and easy to use, just a finger prick. It's important to check blood sugar before fasting and after fasting. Maintain a record. Knowing blood sugar helps people to manage their diabetes much better. Glucometers are available from Rs 500 to Rs 2,000.Pulse oximeterA pulse oximeter is a small, lightweight clip like electronic device used to measure the pulse rate and monitor the amount of oxygen carried in the body. There is great demand for … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Lockdown 4.0 | Here is a list of essential medical gadgets to have at home
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Apps, apps, apps There’s also a growing wave of digital health apps that rely on smartphone features to collect diagnostic data. The Australian company ResApp Health makes a number of apps that use a smartphone to record and transmit the recording of a cough. Tel Aviv-based Healthy.io makes an app that uses the smartphone’s camera to measure aspects of a patient’s urine. Researchers at the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) developed a tablet app that uses computer vision to recognize early signs of Alzheimer’s in the eye of the user. … [Read more...] about Telehealth’s future is bright. Here’s what it’ll look like in 2025