LifeWatch Smartphone Monitors Your Health and Helps You Lead a Better Life

July 4, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Health monitoring comes naturally to LifeWatch. The wireless cardiac monitoring service and home sleep test provider is now deploying smartphone technology to monitor your health.

The company has pushed out of its stables what it calls the world’s first healthcare solution smartphone that lets users self-operate a highly valuable embedded medical sensors as well as wellness-related applications, plus cloud-based services.

Still don’t get the idea? The new LifeWatch V smartphone offers different layers of self-operated medical sensors, wellness-related applications as well as cloud-based services, and the company believes that the modular offering would be lapped up by the health and wellbeing-conscious consumers across the world.

Christened LifeWatch V, the smartphone is a feature rich Android device with a stainless steel frame that houses quick, accurate and high-quality medical sensors, and powers seven health tests.

All you need to do is to place your fingers on the sensors and the phone all by itself measures and tracks your medical condition, takes corrective action, plan meals, activities and more.

The device can make use of its medical sensor to test ECG, blood glucose, blood oxygen or heart rate. Further, the phone also aids you by spurring you to lead a better and healthier life.

Medical tests are done using the sensors in the phone and are in fact presented as applications. Test results and historical data can be shared with call centers, physicians, or family via e-mail or text message, if the user wants. .

Each test result would be automatically stored in a personal database so that sharing is possible whenever needed.

The Swiss company behind the device is now looking at expanding to more territories across the globe. LifeWatch already has offices in the United States, the Netherlands, Japan, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Israel.

So, would you like a personal health monitor in your pocket now?

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