CeBIT 2016

Global Event for Digital Business - 14 - 18 March

Electron Cardio Ltd. presented its latest modification of the Medical Telemetric Cardio system TEMEO C3-3m2 as a co-exhibitor at the Bulgarian national stand of the specialized International Exhibition of Information and Communication Technologies CeBIT 2016 which was held from 14 - 18/03/2016 in Hanover, Germany.
CeBIT 2016 is the biggest and prestigious international exhibition in the world for ICT, which is held annually since 1986. The exhibition presents the latest advances in ICT developments, new trends and attract investment in the sector. The publication in 2015 took part 3134 exhibitors from 68 countries with a total exhibition area of 237,500 square meters, as the visitors were more than 193,297 worldwide. Organizer of the Bulgarian participation in the exhibition is the Bulgarian Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Agency.

The new TEMEO S3-3m2 builds the base TEMEO C3 with additional features such as:
• Speed of pulse wave
• Pulse deficit
• Assessment of the dynamics of blood pressure
• Evaluation of the ST segment
• Advanced PQRS analysis.

Other advantages of the system are the presence of:
- Dedicated protocol
- High level of security
- Two-way communication
- Transfer, analysis, certification and storage of large volumes of data.

Areas of application of TEMEO Online Holter Monitoring System

Medical practice

Unlike standard holters that provide only 24/48 – hour monitoring and lack the ability to detect pathologies as a result, TEMEO provides a continuous monitoring with no time restrictions. Thanks to the remote monitoring, a change of therapy can be made without wasting precious time and money (an additional waste of time and money). The software is included into the price. It provides access to the desired data even if the device is not available.

Stand-alone device

TEMEO System is suitable for primary and secondary prevention. The procedure is facilitated – the placement can be done by a non-medical person after being properly instructed. The process of collecting, processing and sending ECG data is fully automated, the user only has to start the device. TEMEO is extremely suitable for people living in distant areas where the access to medical aid is limited. The patient records an ECG whenever he wants and visits the doctor only when he considers it as necessary – the patient’s health is only in his hands.

Public sector. Municipalities

Telemedicine is getting more and more popular, therefore the projects built in this area are likely to win a foreign funding. The online holter monitoring system TEMEO also provides the opportunity for screening of the population followed by a statistical analysis. TEMEO is suitable for telecardiological monitoring of civil servants – police officers, G.Is., firemen, and also of doctors.

In organizations responsible for a lot of people. In organizations where there is no constant physician presence.In organizations that are willing to improve the quality of the services they provide by broadening the list of services and by lowering the costs of the treatment.

Transport - railways,subway,ships, airplanes, buses

  • Energy companies – Nuclear Power Plants, Thermal Power Plants, oil platforms
  • Construction sites
  • Large retail outlets
  • Schools and universities
  • Sport clubs and stadiums 
  • Hotels and sanatoriums
  • Nursing homes
  • Health insurance companies
  • Insurance companies

Companies specialized in remote monitoring

That kind of companies would provide the opportunity for real time monitoring of patients in distant areas. Therefore a new business can be established by providing:

  • Monitoring
  • Pathologies signalization 
  • Therapy prescription

On the other hand, the implementation of the TEMEO online holter monitoring System is suitable for companies that are experienced in remote monitoring and are willing to broaden their business horizons:

  • Data centers
  • Statistical bureaus
  • Companies for sociological surveys
  • Organizations conducting clinical trials


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