The project is co-financed by the National Center for Research and Development under the Path for Mazovia program. Project objective: Developing an intelligent telemedicine system with a fall prediction function. Total cost of the Project : 7 955 250,00 PLN Co-financing granted by the Center amounts to : 5 914 625,00 PLN
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Complaining about shortness of breath and breathing problems, the Senior woman pressed the SOS button on a telemedicine wristband. The wristband automatically sent an alarm signal to the platform, which was registered by the 24-hour telemonitoring center.
The inability to draw air and pain in the diaphragm prevented proper breathing. The rescuer urgently called a Medical Rescue Team. The woman was taken to a hospital.
The project participant fell from a height of 1.5 m in a bathroom. The incident was so unfortunate that his chest hit the bathtub.
The fall detector, located in the telemedicine wristband, triggered the location function and sent a signal to the platform, which allowed the immediate determination of the Senior’s area of residence and a quick call to the emergency services.
The charge of the project complained about malaise and problems falling asleep.
The SiDLY telemedicine wristband measured the pulse, which made the Rescuer in the call center register too high vital functions parameters in the Senior and, in accordance with the applicable procedures, notify a Medical Rescue Team. The charge was taken to a hospital.
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